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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f per Year In Advance $1 U rticnp riidiiKli 'I'Wfllly JfHfK (It'll lhl tviiH r i'iit I . n ynir Nil mini in t Kit (iiiiiiiint (or n imlrt r Unit Kl nil Hit omity Mid tlHI XKir III MX'II'I it "I OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCY This Paper Always Stops wben your time U out. we don't be Ileve In forcing n on anyone. Faper do not want to mill a copy, keep tbe lubacrlp tlon paid up. A notice of ei pi ration li given Ire re 16 days ahead wltb II l So rirctillmi to thin ri'lf only ', wotk xurt'ly il THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, I 1911 child of Mr, became desper- Number 13 A Blue Mark 'k Port Union, Costa Itlr.i, Sept 2. Tlios N Ilelew, who renlgned ns n A qiiliilel of boallby baby boya arriv- rural carrier nt Criitchfleld to go In We nre selling tho best AU'WUW biiKiiii-Hhomo nt l,NI) lu MlttHlsxIppI fur $2u nil i ed at the well to of Don Francisco I Cnitcliflold. llardwll, moved back to l(oilrliiiefl, do inerrliunt, yen-It will p:i) )oii to write iih or come nlay. Mother and children nro mill Hit- our In lit I before buying elsewell. where Owsley Stanley has twen Bliggested Okolona I and Co., Okolona, Mm for Attorney (lener.il when tho Oetlo Tho body of a woman was found ieet a I'niHUUuit next year. In the MltHlaalppI river bolow Coliim-bu- s Own! woiiblm nko u good anything, Mr Irene K. Robertson Is I'tulu-tal- i Moiidy. Wo understand that oxrept a preneher. flrt woman lawyer. She faise- - tbe roiiilltloti of tho body Indicated l n tllirii nil examination nt Wlrk-Uff- i murilrr ami not ilrnwiilng na the A billion dollarn N a great mini of 'I'liurHilny ami wns admitted to enlist of the woman'B dentil. A money. It would take a man workhe bar Klic Ih ono of the few wo-ilii(ii(at wan hold nt ColiunbtiH ing eight hours a day over 90 years ti In tin- Hlale who bolilx a license Mild Hie IkmIj- was bulled In the potIo eoiint and stack it nt the rnte of io practice law. ter's field. Clinton Cazette. a dollar a second. EXCELLENT NESTS FOR HENS nt-rdo-II- I. -Dein-ocrnlcor-oner- 'u - mm M MISSISSIPPI ALFALFA LAND. MARRIAGE LICENSES The llttlo Granted In Obion County, and Mrs. Olllo illuer ately 111 and Dr. Adkerson was sent Since Our Last Issue. for The child wan livid all over, J. M. Cor and Hutu Kendall. the pupils of the eyes highly dilated. John King and lOlslo Johnson. Suspecting poison, the doctor emetic-e- d W. B. Kiddle and Ethel Jonea. up two or the child and it threw John Phillips and Josle Russell. three double hand-fulof Jlmpsou F. U Worley and Ruth Gregory. weed burrs. It bad eaten the whole burrs hull, seen, prickles and all. It J. M. Barnes and Myrtle Flowers. Connie Dyer and Golda Alexander. noon got better. If you don't bellovo Chas. Urlggs and Garle McWherter. It, callu p Olllo Illuer, at Union City. Claude Smith and Maggie Stanfleld. Union City D. K. Thomas and Cleinle Jackson. Jet McKlnney and Clara Abblngton. I'anta to fit everybody at GOc up at Sullivan Uros. Saturday night at tho Lyric NewB-Unnner. Note Made of Metal Commrnd Thorn on around cf Cleanliness and Sanitation. Have Much to Sjyr ' . ., .fTlX .HBw Tho nnn of metal and concrete In ho construction of nil kinds of bullri ngs Is raining rapidly In popularity. 'o bin- - It not only In our bouses, but tho modern dairy barns and poultry Wants. Tliia la brought about on iu;Ja of economy and cfflclonor: letal In stronger, womj longer, oo ailr cfa apace, la Immuno to flro nd Inimical to Insect tlfo and dbv nr. For tho latter reason IU use ppcala strongly to tho poultry brood. Metal prrcbca, noala, and eron pu-e- s hnro much to commend thorn grounda of cleanliness and good illation, specially la this truo of Dotal nests, n row of which la shown tho Illustration. Of all contrlvan- tho woodin box hiu proTcd Itself fio homo of llco and ml ton; Ita cruv- cos and crncka arts tho delight of hems pciiUforlous onnmlca of fowl Ufa, bo sure tho nesting material can changed and burned, tho boi prayed or fumigated, but In spite of dl precaution a fow stray apcclmona rill escape In some crack or crovlco tho wood. With tho motal Boat Millw 7 1 BWSW1 ' - V' JIT tWUJ 'ft ff asssl Eas h , sasssssssssssssssssssssl !! II r v. i BBJ 9 J ij tf VJbBT Ww'Jl ' J 1 issC1 'l. II Pcki'Yi S v sILbssssv J n fl Combination Metal Neata. The) la certainly not poiuilblo. wtily ch an co of Infection la from tbo Home Comfort Assured by Using rd Itself to tho nesting material. hlch la of minor consequence, unloaa lousy hen happens to procrdo a an ono In occupying tho neat Metal nesta oomo tn several pat- Ono stylo la for hanging ca o wall, from which It can bo easily Other are red and cleaned. lade In combination an shown In tho lustration, also la single and In Balra and trio. For ahlpptng they knocked down; their construction such that no rlreta or solder It re trod to sot them up rwidy for use. OnJvanliod iron coops bare long; :ca a feature of eastern and Euro-ta- n shows, and we eon see no rtxv- why metal houses will not proro Bqualty tried, desirable. Whore Breeders claim thesa m success. Cole's Original Hot Blat -- . It means comfort and health for you and your family to have comfortable living rooms We want to sell you one of these truly marvelous heaters We know it will give you more home comfort for the money you spend for fue. tnan you have ever had before The same comfort you would get from the most costly Hot Water or Steam Heating Plant you could buy. And besides Cole's Hot Blast Heater is better because you can regulate it perfectly Cole's Hot Blast Heater gives a steady even heat day and night using for fuel the cheapest grades of soft coal. It is as clean as the highest priced Hard Coal Heater and costs you less than half the money costs less than half to operate throughout the winter because your fuel bill will be cut in two. Surely this is the Heater you want and will have this winter. This Original Hot Blast Stove has patented features which insure an everlasting construction. ' No leaky stove will hold fire remember that. and gas-tigCole's Patented Hot Blast Draft insures perfect burning of the gases in coal which makes this heater the greatest fuel saver ever known. Soft coal is half gas and is wasted with other stoves. We are authorized by the Cole Manufacturing Co. to sell this heater on the most rigid guarantee ever made by any stove manufacturer. The Remarkable Guarantee is air-tight ht HELP IN POULTRY CHOLERA portant Experiments With Serum Depend Upon Uve Material Speclmena Arrive Dead. Cnn poultry cholera be prevented y Injecting serum Into tho diseased Ko Tho serum method of treat-eprevent cholera In hog, and If cnao Is In Its first stages, will it. nut will serum work oquallyi oil In combating the dlseaao whon ntmctod by fowlsT This U what F. . Jacoby, of tho poultry department. nd W. K. Btouder, of Uw TOterlnary epartmont of tho Kansas 'State Agrt cultural collego, nre eager to know. Of courao they will uao a different kind of serum, suited to the differ nces between cholera In hogs and In iwlnT nt "l ipoultry. Innblllty to got diseased fowls tr opernto upon la retarding tho prog rosa or experiments now Doing oon ducted to Investigate this question Mr. Jncoby and Doctor Btoudor wlsli to oommunlcnto with ownors of flocks whoro tho rtlncnso baa startod. The only fowls recolrod up to tho present died in transit Fow fowls llvo more than throo days after contracting tho, Idlfloapo. If thoy nro not startod to tho collcgn In tho early stages of thoi dlseaso thoy aro likely to arrive tn a! worthloss condition for tho export- monL r I in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same size, with soft coal, slack or lignite. "2 Tliat Cole's Hot Wast will use less hard coal for heating a given space than any base burner made with the same size fire iot. "3 That the pkiius can be heated from one to two hours each morning with the soft coal or hard coal put in the stove the evening lcforc. '4Tliat the stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday night until Monday morning. A savitur of one-thir- d A uniform heat day and night, with soft coal, hard coal or lignite, That every stove will remain absolutely as long as used. r is and will remain smoke and '7 That the '8 That the Draft will prevent puffing. 'All we ask is that the stove shall be operated according to directions and connected with a good flue. "(Signed) COLI2 MANUFACTURING CO., Not Inc." 'Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast Stove.) '5 'fi air-tigfeed-doodust-proo- f. Anti-Puffin- g Think what this economy of fuel means to you. -- Think of the comfort no kindling or Qrow Laylno Hens. If you wnnt hens that will lay, now la tho tlmo to begin to grow thorny Becuro eggs of nomo of tho atnndnrd, laying broods and rnlso soma chloks an enrly as possible this spring. Next fall thoy will bo ready for business Do not expect hoary laying from noa-- i laying breeds. rebuilding of the fire in the morning. Simply open the draft. You live in an even temperature which means health to your family. Uneven temperature means colds or worse. Burns any kind of fuel Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Slack, Lignite or Wood. . & Ovpr 60.000 of Cole's Hot Blast Heaters sold duriner the vear of 1909. y Come in at once and make your selection. AH Sizes-Pr- ice Intended for tho Courier MUST bo In not later tlinn noon, Wednesday. Our patrons will plcaao govern themselves accordingly. All advertisements and Upward According to Size and Finish Is $12.00 HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATEI S 106C-1- and tbe most Convenient heater made Durable, Economical Handsome, &. - aw y- rtr 5sH2&, 4i Px AaVl 9 ftWXfT SCHOOL DAYS are HERE! School Shoes Are Here Wi made t'on ia m rl PETERS sIIWi. u. ISt.Louu A good, strong, substantial line of shoes for the ' youngsters-ma- de saaaamraaam. ftLJai kj for comfort, hard wear, good looks and medium prices. IBIRIDI-jE- " THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covrri Wtslcrn Ktntact SOME FINE COLTS. &? FjtFittJML LIGHTNING KILLS HORSES. Standard Bred Maro and Capt. Tyler's OuQQy Horse. Durlne the storm Tin-wl- ) . SPEER & Like Ihe Vcv" SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Shown Tuesday at Roper's Colt Show. NEW COTTON GIN. Will be erected at Dorcna. Work Deglns Today. DIED AT NASHVILLE. Miss Ophelia McGehco Called to Final Rest. ItECCIVCO TODAY Another Shipment of Fine Imported China The olt show jriven Tuesday by J. per Year J C. Roper &. Son, offprint; premiums for best rolls sired by their slock, ROUTE FIVE was well nttended. Premiums were Items Reported from awarded as follows: Near the Tennessee Line. Host Aristocrat colt. CIim. Sowoll; second. Will Fields. Mrs. Pearson la on Uio nick list. Rent Osceola (Milt, Allirt lirarM; second Will Rle. Buck Esctte. wont to Hickman SatRest Moltawk colt. S. U Rnysler; urday. S. II. I.lmlrr. Host Black Boy colt. Kltnor Threl-keli- l. Born to .Mr. anil Mrs. !!tnry Johnsecond. Will Rice son, thls'weck, a fine Iwiy The Judges were J C taw son. Pr Will Caldwell, of Hickman, "was a A O tangncck. r and Sid Bard Mr Roper n quests us to say that caller at W W Councils Sunda Subscription Rates $1.00 sei-on- Miss Ophelia MrtJehee dlwl Friday Work will IhbIii today on the ere'-tlo- ai Nashville st Ike borne of her sisof a cotton Kin at DrHn. whluh ter Mrs Hanklna. after sh Illness ex Is designed to take cure of the cotton tending over a period of a year or mlaad In the enmity across lha rlvar. more While her death was not wholly Hncj peeled. It caws as n and The xiu Is some kind of s "union proposition. We understand the farm Mow m her relatives and friends, was bom awl ranrtd Ih er will carry his cotton to the new kin. Imve It sinned shipped to Mem- - thu. county, and for many years ami thrre it will lie held In xitbd in the vicinity or Cayce Her atm-ftaoea axe is Kiveti at about e years. Bhe for him until the prlc up to 1 Ic. then It will Ih sokl TTie is s daughter of the bite J ho It. will receive at the time the lie nee Two sisters Miss taan is glnmd vr. ht cent of the (leher. of Pulton, and Mrs llanklaa. He this aniount helm: adwimed by f Nnkvtla. sHirlTe jer. W. It. entn-t- o Th.' remainder Ih MeOebee, of near Cayce. J the organisation lx Mild at I he turn tin cotton mm of the deceasol. The remains were shlpr'd hr e S.iluntey for brlal in the aid tiurylnit roiHl near Cnyet. I'lineml Kenicen were cowlHrUd by n j e ! re-ph-is, n ed roe. 3 an4les and on I 1m weal aide. I It. smi). Yellow The Itarn wna prnetiitilly HHinjNrad HtarieAH i roa. lUak KllUrii. Iwrae was It yuan ' nM awl ha had bean drivlHg blM lor "Onivenibinal tirrhnl t.-.- i Mns nerbula tut lor lm abajHt 18 yewrs. CfUHHd with sbs4w foll.tt.. rvty haadsom- - Then 1. . A COLD MONTH. 'Itraj CittmH" with Ki.sh. San Franslseo Has Celdett raae and also the "Whit. ir July In Seventeen years. !Knmt " I We baw rec. nftr-tHKna smnlt ltrn sblweut of lmNrtd It u i at Oakwood Stock FnrtM mh killed China whlrb iHthMle mm. (Ntpt It A Tyler's old IniKKy botc pieces of ware all until, i.r Chum a nl a stUHiktrd bred mate betotuitn; IhlH. traHspari-fi- i to It M llever, of Ibhuih, Tenn. A many illWreit( drii-at- i mare nnd eolt mi the able of the rtnrk nail IikIu green lm.l.. Mil aatln (tHtah with 3 Uric im barn were HntHjuml. the !. mi llxhtnliM: struck i el e) belHK srk C. Tjk'i , 1 TV Hieeea InrNiwV anla.1 si pUi-dlnlia- .1 Fall Clothing for Boys... IN TIME TO TO SUPPLY Itev W. WHson. She wtui a wW My n. Tm inataorohHttMl report kMMail liy bwtit brratl and (Mtl r sr and rreanw th DspnrlmeHt of Aicrtewlture fur V woman. THEIR SCHOOL NEEDS stars, no, t neHHild not want rirrnn brotiitht to UHtsivltl ami i.ls.ed In the han4s of lh nHirt!" fbi lared Judne Walter Hvkha. of the imi.hI SUttsx Cwrt ywrtcrihiy when his 1 t " I 11 tt U Mil Mk Parents who desire their sons to maintain a high degree of self respect should be careful to have them dressed in a way to command the respect of others. We confidently recommend the new fall suits tor boys that have just come into our store. We are sure of their quality and good workmanship. Sizes range from 4c to 17 Prices $2.50 to $10.00 a formal applleftlkHt was mails to Mm t throw- - "ItoWieKtn's Pnwot StMWs" now strnnded nt MoriHnfseht. Ky . into the hnsxlB of a, receiver . For a the elmw kna been In tho ti.mds of nstflgttee. W C. INnnd. of I moniowH, Ky.. a asm uf Mr. ami Mr J. W. IHawl. of tMs tty. U writl.-ntl- has the praverbtal Kleidmnt" on bis hsn4s. "Wbn The body of n Vtn was fonnd tit ths rlvsr behtw CotHwbHs last Wik and It was afterward klNtiflod ns Mrs. Mcminn Bock, whn cowwltt-csttlrble by drownlnc herself at Cajte Olrnrdenii, Mo d Tom Frem b was in I'nlon Ttt-lay City lh mOHlh of July shows that was the eohlst inly ihat flan I'mncb-C- 8 ami psapara I'rleaa at rrry nawMishi has experienrad shmw ISVI. Tha menn lnimliiro for tho iHOtith wan arlntt tha hkgh iallt) or Hi. v KG ELLISON OR Mho l&Tl the wann tNMini-M- r has Hot rtaen ntnive (19 ar fnlbn below 10 Cnpt. Inrto C Itmwh .1 ' MavyiM" of NawpoH. Ky and The MayfWbl MeasoMfler oays that river man ktMrwa from 1'm.i, Oaorjn Kantteity bns bean anad far New Orleans, died Kmh n 16,000 00 dntMaiiaa by Mlaa AdaMn port at the an of T3 I. Mtdmts who ctalm that Mr. Ken Ho- tha T8a ur anrlj' 'Wis th. r. tly apoka sinnilarWM wurtta as te) her ataflatbaai whbnh bwe bs iuh , Med lha flhhi sad Mtt ofcamsfST. ars, maktHK the naae fanniu Mrs. MUioH II. HHrL wife f M. ! peofl'' I"K Ihe rllrrn II Hart, cierk of tha ctrtHN roart. Henry C4ay I lent it. Jr . ws kilted; ItMbert II Hurt, bar II u. year-oson. wna aartiwaly la)MrtH. with ta warder in his " and Mrs W IhMMl IMatielta. ber MNivleird a Cheat erfk Id . .1 tbtHKhter. was painfully hart when an Va na 1'rWay and hi automobile In whlrb Ibey were driv-- I mww Irani was MeompHy ncrn last Mt I. ei- - irtKiitl.) (' the pohH UK was struck by A N local fn iKht train, three ntlk onst then set for Nor XI but n Mm granted In order that It mieh' of Jackson. yetenlny wornlwc Hurt's forehead was rrusbitl to a to n blither ctmrt Tlie Jury w pulp She llv-a few hours only r.s inlHUtea ,' 1 d t rhna ntiilra. pnddbM " Knickerbocker Pants 50c to $1.50 Sfyteea? Aunt I)oiik ICsciie, Smith & Ambero; marketed. If there will in any "remainder," it milSt Of lx small, as somebody miiKt pay freight, storage, selling commlHidou and other Incidentals. Most of the cotton misers, wo are told, have signed tip to deliver their cotton to tho new gin. Tfio plan will be watched with Ilet-K8t- take pleasure announcing VE readiness for Fallinbusiness. Weour complete welcome you to see our unusual display of new Fall styles for men and boys. of McAuna, Is ho Is grateful to his many patrons ranging from S'JO to J I IT. only two Henry Howard and UatiKltter, being sold for Iuks than $100. Hattlo Mai, spent Saturday with Cling. Caldwell and family near Mrs. Mill Shaw, who has been Herbert Jtakcr returned to hl tpiito 111, Is reported much Improved. homo In Middle TemioBRuo lam week .1. II. Houslny, wlfo and daughter after spending a few weeks In thin silent Sunday and Monday In Memvicinity. phis. Mm. Lela Williams nnd Herman Howard sjKjnt Friday night with their Hugh O'Doimcll, of St, Louis, Is grandmother, Mrs. Uddlo Howard, In here on buslnoas and the giiual of C. Union City. T. Ilotidiirant nnd family. visiting relatives and friends here. for the Interest manifested lu makPullon, of Hickman, ing tho show a success, nnd apprePhotographer was through hero first of the week. ciated tho manner In which they had Several from here attended the cared for the colts. It was a fine singing at Kedron Sunday nfternoon. Bhowlug, nnd the best part of it Is our farmers nre taking moro interest A largo number from this vicinity in raising good stock. attended tho fair at Union City lost Nino niiilu colt were Fold nt prices week. And to share in the distribution of our quality merccatnlise at mcxlrrnle prices. THE NEW SUITS FOR MEN WILL SURELY PLEASE YOU Come nnd c them now while tha new styles and lmlterna aro hero In great abundance. Men who recognise the advantages of an early eholcu lira sure to be Impressed with our xrel-len- t bIiiiwIiik of Fall Mlyles -- Mr. Kro-inon- t, HENDRIX COLT SHOW. J. C. Hendrlx will give premiums on thu bunt colts sired by his stock, on Saturday, Sept. 33 The mils will ho shown on Jackson si, in Hickman, about !!:.') o'clock First pn m Ium( ?lu; second, $fi. Don't forget I!p the llmo and place. SXO to S40 a FALL'S NEWEST THINGS IN HATS AND FURNISHINGS Await your Inspection hero. Thaipml-ttletiro tho beat nnd they nro prloed to save you money THI A. J. Hunzlker returned Wednesday was in Union from Highland, Ills., where he h)."U Tho monster towboat, Sprague, patwed Hickman Tuesday night SI10 several days with relatives. sunk twelve boats and one bargi of C. S. Driver, wife and baby arrived Drown Wilori who has a position coal at Sisters Island near l'adiii.ih last week from Dawson Springs. nt thu veneer mill at Mungolwood, This was (he cause of tho half a spout a fuw days at home this week. dozen tows being tied up alxiw Sis Aire. S. It. Dodds and children aro ters Monday but the chnunel has hei a visiting Mrs. Hollo Uallzer In CovingC. C. Smith, wife nnd son, Frank, cluard nnd the tows nre coiniiu ton, Ten 11. Mrs. Alice Amhurg nnd Mrs. Josslo down. ' Thu sunken boats and oil" Ilurgoyno( of Now York, motored to barge contained over 12,000 tons of E. Prather nnd family visitDr. Clinton Tuesday. ed rolatlves lu Union City lust week coal nnd will probably be n total loss and attended tho fair. Mrs. T. T. Swayne and children Tho tow was made up ten boats wide visited her mother, Mrs. Fojmj Her- and contained a large number of Mrn. Edgar Towiisond and son havo ring, In Union City, lam week, ami barges. The tow was grouniUd at returned lo Itoundaway, Miss., after attended thu fair. Sisters nnd homo of tlie boats snuk an nxtendrd visit with hor iiiotlior. lu Ihe channel. The (Meatier of tie Misses Annlu Cowgill nnd Iouiso Tho young ladles of tho Haptlst Aiwood and Messrs. (lily Ilalu and Wust Kentucky Coal Company with !!:! barges was about a half a link Church will glvo 1111 Ice croam supper Eph. UiiSBell attended the dunce In behind thu Sprnguc when she ground nt tho homo of E. C nice tomorrow Union Ctty Tliursday night. ed hor tow. Tho (lloarter managed to night. Miss Victoria lloniliiraut left Tues pass without accident. Clanton Mcacham and Miss Sarah day for Sweetwater, Tenn., whuro Morris who belong to Fulton's heat' she will attend college. Miss Nell Marshal Wilson made a business families, were married In Union City Bondurant loft for Knoxvlllo, where Alio will attend T. U. College. trip to Mayfiold yesterday. Friday. Ilwlh KUIson City Tliursday. Mian Mf AL T.ILONt We Sell the Best of Everything for Men J. and Boys. In fUinllllPH that give satisfaction and styles that represont nt nil Hmos the very newest and mimt fashionable thlnKs to he had. You will find trading here to be pleasing nnd satisfactory lu every wny. Come nnd net acquainted with our excellent values. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality Individual Almond or Butter Dish Square, im.ill, diagonal, jewel star, and frosted fan cutting, shell scal-lopp- JJ0ifa&. Deep Round Salad Bowl 7-- ttSllllll VrkkMiAl&lH Local Five inch Nappy Saturday Night Lake. The Lyric. $ southeast Schmidt, lmiUUoaa. & Chats Hickman Courier Sullivan Bros. gains. $1 M m a year. the houso of barTmUor.' ik i SSP P C Ward Is hero today from the A good rain fell Tuesday ed ed;c 5QC Full diameter, 3 8 inches deep, 3 whirling stars, diagonal fan and basket with small hob filling, cut bottom Three point whirling star, diagonal t the Beware at of town Pay your taxes now and uave fur- 3,00 center, fan cutting 98c All tho loading magazines ther costs. Work Is progressing dist Church. French'. at Fetha at tho Metho- Dee Henry, on business. is at Cralg'a Landing China. Hickman Ellison Bros. Wi Hand painted Phono 19G White Bros., Cleaners Hardware Co. and Proesers. Hickman Courier and J1.2G. Commercial-Api- Wt?Wi &hM?ffl Round Snlnd or desire to call your attention to their lemarkably handsome collection of C. P. Shumate went to Newborn, Tenn., Tuesday. Rich Cut Glass All Brass iV' a new wagon. The Hickman Steam Laundry has liifh Huwi, large 8 point sunburst tar bottom, points extruding lo edge, small jewel basket and fan tilling, 8 double hob stars 4:. H 00 Hand Painted China Carlsbad China Austrian China Haviland China Brass Art Goods Japanese Vases For wedding gifts, holiday presents, showers or rard favors, ycu can be assured of findiug here something desirable at a reasonable price. Fern Dishes inch diameter, brush brass, ball feet, swell center, removable 7 2 We know our business and do our work right. White Bros. W. N. Elates, of Martin, Is the guest 3 nt Dr C M. Ulackford is lu Louis ville this week. of Swan Burrus and family. Miss Crab tree, of Nashville, Is the guest of Miss Luclle Bondurant. Dahnke'a Cream Bread received dally at Mathony Bros. & Plant. For a neat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. Illustrated Souga Motion Picture Lyric Saturday Night. 1 metal lining' 1.25 Pres Latta, of tho C. M. & G., Miss Myrtle Walker Is home from Is In town today on business. a visit with friends at Caruthersville. New and cheapest line of China in Revival services will begin In the the city Hickman Hdw. Co. Christian Church, beginning Nov. 1st. Dr J M. Hubbard and family spent A good walnut bed, washstand, taSunday with Arlington friends. ble, cab'lnet organ at the Rummage Sale, in the Davis Block. Mnyonnnisc Cut Glass We show pitchers, tumblers, vases, salad bowls, nappies, bon bons, berry bowls, whipped cream bowls, puff j&m, celerv bowls, sugar and creams, cruets, colognes, fern dishes, salts and pep pers, tooth pick holders, etc. or Whipped Crenm Bowl f x4 Oval Bowl, with detachable plate 'pHSliSSP sWsisMEf?s BsBssW '.TsT Brass Jar- diniere Diameter 7,3-- 4 H H sV II. C. Barrett, fanral director and ali over antique cutting, small jewel and basket design 4.00 Brass Goods Fern dishes, jardineres, candelabras. inches, solid hammered brass, large ball feet, flared top 3 Hand Painted China Cut Glass V..V r-- 1.50 I H I Plates, sauce dishes, chop plates, sugar and creams, pudding sett, salad bowls, in several decorations. v.. llllk i Kl vrs,&'$7X J.VV f- Fern Dish 1 fJ'U.viSJ Diameter 8 -t Haviland China Austrian China Carlsbad China Plates, cups and saucers, meat ters, tea and dinner sets. plat- Ladles Home Jounral New Embroidery Book 10c at E. R. Ellison's. A pattern free with each copy. Hundreds of new bargains nt E. It. transfer Ellison's Dry Goods and Variety Cash Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge, Store No. 83, I. O. O. F. Thursday SepL Dec. Oct. 12- - 26; Nov. RIVER: Guage at Cairo reads 1B.4 rising. It will be on a stand In a short time. Ladles Home Journal New Embrol-Quarterl- y Style Book Just out at E. leaving this sec-tloStill soma cotton Every effort should bo made R. Ellison's. Any pattern free with to keep Hickman coUon at Hickman. each copy. The continued rains of the past Tho oldest woman In tho state, days have been bad on the cotage 117 years, died few Mrs. Abble Fuller, ton crop. Rust Is reported as attack nt her home near Hopklnsville, Tues- ing the plant in parts of tho county. day. The report here yesterday to the Havo you tried It that now coal, washed aau giadcd to regular sized effect that the Str. Mengel Box Comlumps especially pulled for cooking. pany bad sunk during the storm Tues day at Craig's Landing, was A A. Faris. Co. 14-21. n. embftlmer, with St. LouU FuraUhlna 1 iiii X I inches, L2 deep footed. 3 large 14 point whirling stirs with diagonal and large fan fdling, diagonal cut bottom. burnished plate lining' BJjilPsB Fern Dish Wc invite you to inspect our collection before you make any purchases. A" brassbrush cslfc-,- ', finish.ball feet, open work sides, removable green clay pot 1.50 0.00 Ellison Bros. I H I H H I Bulh Top Vnse 8 inches high, four whirling stars and nil over diagonal, 1 iskrt and fan ait, scallop top, star bottom, highly polish- i The Fulton Leader contemplates continued mid will be held next Sat- getting out two editions of their dally urday at the rear of tho Davis block. each day morning and evening :and discontinue their Weekly Commercial. Walter L. Brown and three gentle- That's the time, boys; whoop 'er up. men are hero today from Dyersburg The police departments of Mayfleld looking over the Industrial Loaguo Addition with a view to purchasing and other towns and cities of this section have been asked to keep a some of this property. a lookout for three white men Mrs. Gardner's embroidery classes from Chicago, who are alleged Increase In Interest notwithstanding to have stolen from Mrs, Earl Brew the warm weather. Monday and er, wife of Governor-elec- t Brewer, of Tuesday afternoons with Mrs. Davis, Mississippi, family heirlooms and val other afternoons with Mrs. Peck. uable Jewelry to the amount of about Among those already at work are $7,500. Tho valuables are alleged to Misses Uondurant, Naylor, HubbardJ have been stolen on an Illinois Cen Cowglll, Mesdames Helm Davis, tral Pullman car at Fulton the fore Smith, Hurgoyno, Slberell and Peck. I part of this week. The "Uummago Sale" for tho bene- fit of the Christian church has been m 'i m II Do Your Clothes stars, leaves and flowers with frosted edges 8.50 Tumblers to match 6.50 and fan cutting star bottom Tumblers to match 1 4.00 vase, same 12 inch CjS ter, diamond H as above 8.00 3 5.00 RO iMijiMiMfifMHfMHHHjBHHMMHHHHHHffHia It T I I F .sbh M Hsm Befit Your Personality ? 1 Do lli.n. lift In r hiHlt will f Hatiirtlny night for Iatii8 in Georgetown Ml tin- Saturday nlKht at tho Lyric. y nti State Pair at illt, alo they lime WEATHER: Fair today and prob-ablFriday, and slightly cooler. pent several Tlptiiiivlllo. whin Ki wiih relathes. Our stock of Cut Glass will arrive In a few ilaj'H direct from tho faclirlHlmn Church The services nt tory .lllcknian lldw. Co. Id C'lirisllan rlmri'h for next Hun- Sunday School at !):ir fy will U J. II. Graham was called to Mo., on business this lil ui rinon at 11 a. in. Subject: I'll lJirgl r I'seflllllOSH of till) Mill- - v.eok. He was accompanhsl by his r " This In tin- second of a tor-o-f wife. sinuous which tho pastor haR Bettor goods for the sumo money p n preaching along tlio line of larg- gooda for losa money at work In tho church as ft body. Tim or tho Hiuno K. It. KIHroii'h Dry (Inoils and Varie111111 service begins nt 7:.1t p. m. Como and seel nhji ct of senium "Thn Gospel In ty Cash Storo. lir t- C'a " lllckumn Maptlst Church, Sunday, 10 a. I'llw cooking demonstration nt tho Sept., 17th Sunday School at M- ICvciiIhk service nt- - in., preaching nt IhiIh Furnishing Co. Htoro la nicotrarllng Rood crouds thin wock. Mr. nl 7:30 p. in. Our protracted 17th, Sept. Is ine will IwkIii Sunday, nn expert form St. Louis , Hov. E. L. M'li'K after the "artistic" mid of and continue Indefinitely. ii Quick Wntson or Memphis, will nsslst in di'iiiotiHtrallon, and tho Monday i il Range 1 winning Its way Into the meeting. Ho will arrive liuld In vlclu- - Sept. JS- - Services will he hinrtH of tlm ladles of thlH night nt 7::n o'clock. The time Wllh each range sold, a nice being glv- - of the day service will be announced it of nliiiiilniiiii wnru Is Invitaand all ladles vls- - later. We extend a cordial fi iih advertised tlug tho Htoro receive a souvenir In tion to nil. We shall appreciate tho bi way of a pin tray of Christians of all deBesides, liol bolng nominations its they may bo nblo to nils, butter niid coffee nro help ua.Spunseon Wlnt'o, Pastor. trvcU free to everybody. r "V-er- y T.leu Glascock, of Union City, pausMm Jl !' (liibliy tiiul children ro- ed through here yeBlenlay enioiito In n it Oils iimrnlup fimii Muysllck, Special bargains In fine millinery Henry Cowglll, Jr,( Is assisting A E. It. Ellison's Dry floods and Vn gent Ross with his duties at tho C rlejt Cash Store The newest styles M & 0. terminal In Hickman. nt special cash prices. IJOST: I'ocket bill book, contain The Mongol Ilex Co. Is preparing lo Ing $G0 or fCIi, between Hickman and run their upper mill at night, Put- Mrs. Martha Hoper's. Liberal ro ting lu a now system for lights, are ward for return to this office or Mac among tho preliminaries necessary to I toper. this cliniigo. $500 IircWAIU) for one largo sorrel Mothodlst congregation will worship horse, wlillo hind feet, saddle and brinext Sunday at the Court House at dle on. The animal lost his rider 11 a. m. nnd 7:110 p. in., preaching by trying to follow a drove of horses to the pastor, Ilcv. (1. W. Wilson, nnd Cray's shop to be shod. Clot your Ruiidny School at U:4I n. m. Sunday mower blades ground for 2.1c. School services nt East Hickman Married at the Court House In Chapel nt p. in. Hickman, Sept. 12, at S p. in., Edward Miss Lucllo ltlacknrd, of Browns-vlllWilliams and Mrs. Ixitta May Jones, Tenn., daughter of Ilev. J. W. both of Hickman, Ilev. Horace 'Sib-erel- l officiating. Illnckard, who some ten years ago Tho groom has was pastor of the Methodist church beon In the grocery business lu West In this city, will be married Sept. 2G, Hlckninn. They will leave for Tento llev. 11. O. Hofstead, of Chicago. nessee In a short time to make their They will spend their honeymoon In future home. Kuro)e. II. O. Halo and A. O. Caruthers Capt. W. J. Stone, of Kddylllo, started work this week on a new made a rousing Democratic speech at building on tho north sldo of the the Lyric Monday night, opening the railroad tracks at tho rear of B. II. campaign for this county. Ho was Ellison's store. The new structure greeted with a fairly good house, but Is to bo 30x100 feet. It will bu used not as good as his ability as a speak- as a mnchlno shop and garage. Doing er merited. Tlio Cnptnln Is well post- located on the river bank, concrete ed on tho Issues Involved as well piers about 12 foot high will bo necas past. Issues. Ho In a revelation on essary on tho river side. This work la now under way. tho stump. at They Reflect You and Only You If they are merchant tailored they will befit you faithfully and reflect you forcefully. "Ready-made- '' are manufac- tured for price. 1 e, Merchant tailored clothes are cut and shaped for one man for the one who is to wear them. When you surrender personality in clothes you surrender the most precious attribute of the dress of a gentleman, and moreover you save nothing in price. THINK. i International Tailored Clothes Are Not Expensive. 500 rare patterns to select from. Place your order now. MILLET A Si ALEXANDER 'CT-- r""" . j. ' ' "- "- - u.i..b4. lLtlAikUl.,.1 .. iMIVWHpmnH(VHI, , ' NQGpSSIP trade ngalnst $145,000,000 In TJ10 nnd $481,000,000 In 1007, tho former high record year. Meat nnd dairy products show a total of nbout $l&0.0O0.00. ngnlnst $131,000,000 last year, but materially Iosb than In certain oarller enrH. In which tho totnl ranged as high ns $202,000,000 In 1907 and $211,000,000 la Home and Contentment lTTIV fyflL -- r" ,, ' T Farm and Factory Share Export Gain For The Last, Final Look before going out milady will bless the electric light (pr enabling her to detect the slightest flaw in her appearance. The lights can be so conveniently placed and are so brilliant and illuminating that they make other lights look like shadows. Shall we tell you something about the cost of electricity in your home? Its low-ness will surpriseiyou. , Hickman Ice & Coal Co, (incorporated) L J". T. xjujXjOkt, arx-.- , ivxsx-- . T)io former and Iho manufacturer shared about equally In tho rumnrkabla growth In which characterized tho flBcnl year recently ended. Tho total was 1304,000,000 when compared with tho immediately preceding year, being a larger gain than ovor boforo shown In a single yenr of our export trado. Of thin gain manufacturer!) as a wholo supplied $140,000,000; cotton about S13S.000.000, nu-nnnd dairy products about $10,000,000; corn, food animals, $1,50"0.000; flour, about $2,500,000, whllo wheat shown marked decline Cotton Is king tn tho exports of products of agriculture, the vnluo exported during tho year being f86.000. 000 In 1910, by far tho largest total over shown In tho cotton export 190G. Food antmnlH show a total of $1? 000.000, ngalnst a little less than $12, 000.000 InHt yenr. but much below tl.-figures of enrllor years, when tho total figures of food animals exceeded In tho high reccnl of 1W. s tvymUJ. t L' K i. - v. In valuo, against $17,600,000 last year, but much less than In certain earlier years, the high record In flour exports In 1S93 showing a total of $78,600,000. In manufactures tho Increase In tho group "manufactures ready for consumption" Is about. $100,000,000, and In tho group "manufactures for further use In manufacturing" tho Inereaso U $40,000,000 Tho Increase In manufactures Is bppnrent In a largo number Agricultural Implements, of articles. as a whole, ahow an Increase of about $6,000,000. Hour amounted to about $60,000,000 true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing In tli of a home menus n lot nnd you should use care ns to your selection nntl from whom you buy, for jjootl furniture it something you need only buy once or twice in n life time. The lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow to enter our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy ing your home furnishings from us, but there it safely ns well. We sell good furniture for just about the same money n lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality because we know the furniture business. Corporations Find Tax Law Is Strict the treasury WULKdisposed to bo department Is unduly harsh ;rouAr ifffjW&j Ebery Shoe We ShcVb Tr; ;; has a "touch of distinction" in appearance and is priced to suit all pocket books. Bradley & Parham with those, corporations which havo failed to file their returns within tho .specified tlmo under tho corporation ,tax law, provided the failure has not .been duo to a deliberate attempt to lorade tho statute, at tbo sumo Utno It 'la not gtren much leeway undor tbo "terms of tho act. That ttf why sevoral bills havo been Introduced In congress for tho purpose fof rellovlng delinquent corporations from tho penalties of tbo law for tho icurrent year JiiBt why thcro should tbo so many delinquents It Is hard to understand, becauso this Is tho second ! year that tho law has been In force, and the government officials think corporations and their officers ought to bo familiar with Its provisions by this I time. The commissioner of internal who collects tho corporation tax. 'Is busy sending out letters to corpora-(tlonand persons who write to learn 'how thoy can bo relieved of the penal-'tiImposed by tho law. Ho does (not give them much oncouragoment, for tho statuto Is stringent. ncglocts to When n corporation mnko Its return March 1. CO per cent. rev-onu- o, s e HICKMAN PURNITURIJ CO. INOOIU'OKATI la added automatically to tiie amount of the tax. This cannot bo remittal by tho commissioner, becauso the law specifically prescribe It. Hut In addition to this Increnso of tho tax a cor poration may also bo fined for its neglect This fine Is In tho discretion of be commissioner, and the law says It shall not bo less than $1,000 or mors than $10,000. Cases of fraud aro pun Tho tax Is Ished moro severely officer of a corporation who make a fatso return may bo convicted of a misdemeanor, fined $1,000 and sont to Jail for a year Thcro are thousands of delinquent corporations In most Internal rovcnu n UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office Tennessee State Fair Nashville, Tenn. Sept. Round Trip from Hickman over N, G, & St. L, Tickets rn talr ihily Sept 16lh to Good until Sept 25th, 1911 lril doubled, and In addition to that the SS30 Ari I 18 to 23 Through their representadistricts. tives they aro besieging tho treasury department for lenient treatment. Th4 beat that most of them oxpect Is to bo rellovcd of tho firm. The Greatest Fair Ever Held. R. n JOHNbON, N I Do Not Miss It. &U I. Rv The Best Vet You've Got to Acknowledg Spy Charge Arouses Army Officials It Coming: Here by Special Train. ONE BIG DAY-AFTERN-OON AND NIGHT ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th AT HICKMAN : In Rainy or Fair Weather, Without Any Curtailment. department for TUG war many yean boa athe first In caso of an alleged spy In the army, CapL James Watson, tho army recrulUng officer at Indianapolis, Ind., has Informed the department thnt he holds affidavits charging Prlvato George Peters with being an Austrian socret agent SIN BROTHERS One of the papers In the possession of Captain Watson k an affidavit of Miss Clara A. Dyor. Bho said rotors was stationed at Fort Totton, N Y., In the 136th company, Coast artillery corps, and thut ho won an Austrian spy Bent to tho United States to obtain tho secret of manufacturing the powerful exploslvo UEod by tho United Dyer as Miss States government serted she hnd becomo engaged to Peters The girl turned over a number of letters, In which ho told of his plans Peters' roal namo, sho said. was Count Wlndlsch-Oraeand hli home Is at Prague, Ilohcmla. Tho country probably will keei tranquil In tho face of tho report that this Austrian spy has boon examtnlni rvtusiDXjUivrvivy'fr Its defenses and offenses for five yean as a prlvato In tho army ranks, lie y buying I manufacture In best slnm-l'- i direct from the Mill n Is-- a flno specimen of tho stnblo-mlned spy. Ho gave tho first fruits o4 stale. AH arc almost half an mrh fhn-k- , an ciuranlred. his labors Into tho keeping of i Best Heart Shinies, per woman. It cannot be concolvod what Austrli " " Best Prime . wants with maps of our forts and wlU rosters of our regiments. " " Economy 2.00JfcJ It 4s suggested that the spy In th ranks, whoso "steady company" gnv him away, wonts to learn how to main Kept in slock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mi . dunnlto, our most powerful exploitive Tyler. Ky. He has been sorvlng at ponts whort they nolther mako dunnlto nor uso It Moreover, wo havo a , Me thought that tho Inventor of tho deadly stuff. Colonel Devorly W. Dunn, has safeguarded his sccrcL Colonel Dunq la a votcrnn of thirty-twyearn' actlvt, sorvico. Ho hits thought enough ot tbo country and tho army to glvt Inn I two sons Into tholr keeping. Prlvntf HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Wlndlsch-Oraotx- , Ooorgo Peters, or Prlnco wblchovor ho Is, has some thing to do whon ho trios to undo Dunn. SHINGLES tub AT MILL PRICES 1 itiojit 2.05 d 1,000. ... $3.00 woll-deflno- Don't Place Your Order 'Until YouSee o C. H. SMITH LC4S5? 0M Danger in Dishonest Soda Fountains uim'H, iih (ho barroom to masculinity, according to Dr Harvey W Wiley, the government pure fowl nnd drug expert. Lot It bo understood thnt Dr. Wlloy Is not dofendlng tho barroom. While not n prohlbltlontHt. ho Is strong drink, and has said so officially numerous times. Dr. Wiley Is not opposed to soda Great Trans-Pacifi- c Wild Beast Exhibit. Blue Ribboned Horse Fair. Latwater In Itself, nor to tho gnyly fountains from which It Issues. ter Day Vaudeville Jubilee. Collossal Carnival of Novelties Ho In' strongly opposod to dangerous and European Trained Animal Exposition. Ingredients which nro hlddon in the glasses which nro handFor nearly a Quarter of a Century a tented exhibition, the favorite of all young and old the officials, clergy, press and tae whole amusement going public. Because ed"Iout to n frlond of thoalike. water Boda nm of its newness at all times. lis great purity, cleanliness and the able and man," Dr Wiley said. "Tho honest honorable manner of its management. soda water man who sells real sodn water Is a godBend today I would Performances daily, at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors open one hour not part with him for tho world It's 2Bier Prof. John Shelly's Musical Majesties (21 soloists) will appear tho man who sells Injurious chemidrugs In preceding the regular performance, rendering a high-clas- s musical festival. cals nnd soda water glasses to whom I am opposed and whom I would like to boo on the show grounds every day, at 12 :30 p. m. will be offered driven out of business. a series of extraordinary free exhibitions. Absolutely the "To bo puro and hoalthy, soda wagreatest free displays ever presented to the public. DON'T FAIL TO ter should contain three Ingredients SEE THEM. BE THERE IN AMPLE TIME. puro fruit flavors, puro carbonated water and sugar, not saccharin or some other Injurious sweetening. To EXACT DAY AND DATE. KEEP POSTED AS TO COMING SURE mu navora mat aro made of choml-- l "for-nlns- (& sodn water fountain Is us great TIIK niotince to femininity, tn many t" Worlds Progressive Shows III cals Instead of fruits Is criminal, To begin with, what 1b hodn water? Mre of nil, soda water doos not nnd Is not supposed to contain any soda. Tb namo Is a mlsnomor. A gront deal of tho stuff that Is sold undor th namo of soda water contains saccharin Instead of sugar. That should bo pro hibited by law. Saccharin Is Injurious to every ono and affecta children Much of tho enrbonntod wnim that la mlzod with tho flavors con. tains load. Such a ralxturo should bo prohibited by lnw. A great percentage of tho flavor Is mndo of various kinds of chomlcols, all of which nro mora or less Injurious. "Caffeine, which Is being used bo generally by many unscrupulous soft drink dispensers, should be driven from the market by law. Its effect. especially on young pooplo, compares With tbo offoot Of cocaine nnd mnr, sorl-ousl- foam-covere- mi. vim r o ur.i H MUG.il lOSS till II KK.l' I IK II HI ons ni ) ci imi iun Kit AI bin ii 11 nour r, i t I r Ill UK r i ri I, h? nun r mi .iniuoh doii in is mi r IV Hi lion men I SOU 7II I.N IIKWUl 1.11 IX K tni ISI'IMISI III in rm m. IMI 11 uiiusn t. II) JT.'.f. . hiiblt-producln- g U.ISK III.KU, pnpp- l CvWt50.000OQ7M HICKMAN BANK ANO TRUST CoTl 325002o pain." 5 i jA&j . "I Jf - I $1 In n I per Year Advance ely OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN It KENTUCY This Paper Always Stops' when your time 1 out. we dont believe In forcing a on anyone. Faper do not want to mlsi a copy, keep the aubacrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration is given here IS daya atiead with So eirtlim tn tin. mix. Only r werk-MlrI. c illy IMII IMlOIIKll X'lira mm Mr rxt II Una war No limit I. NI HKir tliaMMl tin- - iiiiKiunt lor u i Hint trlM I nil tin- minnty mill mim-- THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, NEW ELECTRIC R. R. Will Probably Go Through 1911 Number 13 A Blue Mark! Baptist Church, Hickman, Ky. Ballard County. Not mil) will an plectrir Inlonir-baline he hi u rt cil from Pnilucah liiunnl Mnfl. 111. Union City. Clinton ami lllrkman, but n hell lino will ftp run from near Alllhuru probably n lo I.oi-Ir-vIII- tin-lir- e to lllnmlvlllo, nt i I in Wli klllfe. ami from Wlrkllffe hark to I'ailiiiatt. nu'orilhut to I lie ulnte-mehy an olflclnl of Hid Kentucky ioulhwpierii iBillway. Iflpi trie MufiL ami Power (Vunimiiy Sniiinlny. Thft t route that this bolt line will Iinb mil been ilcrlilcil, but tlio more thickly populated auction of ninth Mallard county will ho inppcil. U tit ra from nml townalhat yS Yff lv 'rQaa I I I I I 1 IkirtMutTiitiffManrT Tllt.i 'Vtb III I 7 ea ik ,.,.,. -- I J - itp 3tj& EABtiBEfuirlflS KMBHllBikHC IbbbUbV MB IIh &LbbbbV A revival meeting will begin nt tins church next Sunday. Rev. E. L Watson, of Memphis, will assist the pastor Rev. SpuiRcon Win go, in the work. a Racoon Q. Putrell, of Pulton, ried ttCO Peeole. drcaker MO.OOO Mar- DUE STATE From Former Officials In Gr.ivci County. ex- com-pJfUd c J T PNtrll mmitM blaoloveu hundred rowptr ThHrmlay tilKht. At i iilion hr united for life Mr wb AmtrdlHK to iHfTt titer report of Hi BrHMHIHblHU who Imva Jiiil v! ' (Milk of, roIhk uvor 111 lit books of lh aharlfPa office, three uf nm duo comity's Ont lh county inoHoy In Hip following mm w jBBBBBBBBl dp i.. iirsmi, 1u1.106.st. J .Newt lUrria, SIOUS 71. 8 It Dimlliltt. PIS Ul Oram! IDUI, t.00T.tM Upon receipt of the Hie court ordered State Revenue It N. Stnnfleld ami County At- innir HolirteUl to prooeud nt onoe to rollacC Ihhtw rSMUl( amount or from from I ln ilirw il Mo lr IhiiiiUiiipii. w ISBbbbI KLH THE POTATO MARKET. .flH3iaBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB .BaBBBBBBJBBiBHBBBBBBHBr iBM!? 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Eq V J T Futrcll Mi-- I'll iium; mill s (coruH llur mil. H'fili a IihiIiiik from near MayleW We prlHl ABov-A iod llkpneaa of '"i. fmuma '.Marrying Kqulrt ' lie ' nit Of Ih MllwtAUtlHIl cUIwmw of hi coNHly and n cletw fpllow Mn)nM lH will trl a Haw I C ih Novor inlml tlio lobxtor, inlml tho Httmk, N. mliul tlit) iiiall on toant Or thliiRS tliw baker tiako. TlifariiKT mill IiIh family OLD FACE; NEW STORE: Ar- iIIkkIiik with a will. or tlireo Nalfeh Opena New Store On In Iiom of flmlliiK Clinton Street. PotnlooR In a ltlU. NVi-- r mml Hie xolil inlneH, tnlnil tho slmkB, 8ude M. Nnlfuli, who Tor several Nipr iiilml tlio IioiuIh Hint Ho ynrn past haa houji associated with lovkH. IlfhliHl the maiwlvo or Nil I fell Hros. Dry Ooodi that liu will lix tho firm Tho furim r Co., which dissolved by mutual con Ilia coffer iroinll rill. sent a short time nco, has opened a If ln run fhul iih inuuli n lliriM) new Htore In the west room of the I'olatot-in a hill. building formerly occupied hy the old firm Thuro'a nomo cImb to IJfUoniwortJi His doors was thrown open Satur & PraUior'a 20c Ornnger coffeo. llnvo day. nml although not In extra "Rood yon tried ItT Ni'it r - projecleil routes art) imiiriiik Into I he office or the company Hie offlckila of tho Inlerurlmu oiiipHn) to meet with promliiuut mur in' n limit h. profptiatonnl men or offl-ca- l of commercial clulm with a vlow or KettliiK the ronton chniiKed n an to Inrluile their town Whether tho line will take a more direct lino to Hickman nml Union City than by Clinton ami Columbus ilepeinla upon the rsporla of tho eiiKlneorij nml tho vatlmntett that they will make of the out of Hip Mpral routes Tho main fnolor that will be taken Into no count, however, la the llvellnoHH nml pnHtrPMlieiiew or tho comiiiunltloH In the vnrloiiH aectloim through which the nmd will pa km It wna deflnntely Htaleil hy an of th company that' tho road would bo eipilpped for heavy frolKht erirlcf, with hpnv y rnlla, ntandard xautp Hulpment and (Jenunil Hloc- trie locomotlvofl ItrldKR ulll bo con- atruclid ncrotta tho Tonnenseo mid Cumharland rtirH ho thnt faal frclRht, xprean mid KiHatiRpR service ran be kIvpii to and from nil polntfl on the IIhp. ami thmiiRli frelKhla enn bn handle d through the terminal con , nuollona. , It wns offlclnl staldd that at least four million dollars of on In Id e capital would be brought Into this nelRlibor- liood for the construction mid eipilpt meut of thl a project. What this iiiwuis to buslnoHS men and local prosH IKtrity. Ik not hard to riiosh. and lllckmnn's buslnesH men should Imlp push the fiiMxl work along. Ik near Uh il ought to be glad to have this YOU that we're ready to show you our Fall styles in suits and overcoats from Hart SchafF-ne- r & Marx. A new lot of these fine goods just in ; and that's always an event of interest to every man who wants to wear good clothes ; and you're that kind of a man, we're sure ; you wouldn't want anybody to say that you don't dress well. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are the best clothes made. But, they don't cost more than they're worth to you. finely tailored ; they keep shape and wear They're well a long time. You want these clothes, and we know it; that's why we sell them; that's why we're telling you about it ; you want them. all-woi , 'j lo Nr K on Suits $20 and up. Overcoats $ 8 and up. 1 Other makes $8.50 to $18.50 Even ADog Saves fey P Smith & Amberg' F& f .mjHiaw jtmSu CSH" " t BBk W i M ' ' JBBBBm Wliy Dont You " mH KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Scottsvllle, Septeber OlnsRovv, Septembor Morgantowu, September Murray, October Liberty, August Mnyleld, September Horse Cave, September Kentucky State Pair, Sept. Paducah, October ?d. Paulinouth, September 1110. 27-:!2:1-227-H20-227-3- 1'f'IiBBBBB Sbbbbbbbm Start -t"' iX A BANK y F .' bbW M 7 V. .IBraaaaaaaaaaaaV rf " 'K r r." -. 21-2- 3 ACCOUNT Sude M. Nalfeh am 11 'C The first wagon load of seed cotton or (lie season was hauled to town Saturday It was raised by Will or near Auulstou. The cotton graded low middling mid $3 SO per hundred wns offcrd for It, but the raiser decided that was not enough mul hauled It home again Kast Prairie Kagle Gil-mor- e DO YOU WANT A FARM? 'WiQmiim .v v ,fJVA--- l 'r Cvpriltbt IViW, bf C. K. Zlmncrmia . wnj " EVEN aa 'dog saves. Why isdon't you start bank account? It a natural instinct with every living orenture who does not perish with In season, to save something for a time of need. Saving is n lone natural instinct which every one should follow. provides the bank, a better place for saving than ature has ever provided. Why don't you start an account Civili-katio- loday ? . The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. running order," ho enjoyed a splen Mr Nalfeh ii In St UhiIh A NEW did trade ARITHMETIC IIiIh week makliiR purchase for the Ten mills make one trust. now store Ton trusts, make one tariff. Mr. Nairoh's stock consists of n Ttin tarirr schedules mnko many general lino clothiiiR, dry Roods, shoes and furnishings for both 1. idles, millionaires. Many millionaires make ono senate. nud gi'iitlemi'ii. Miss Illnllo fllovor and. Miss Vera. Thomas, two very popular )oung laThe Messenger has contended Tor s dles or this city, Imvo nccepted years that It Is the duty of tho tls-cas salesladies In this store. court of this county to elect a county treasurer. Every day confirms J. M Linn will have a public sale us In our belief mid opinion that tho nt his homo on Stnlo Lino road, one longer tho riscal court puts off tho nillo north of Woodland Mills, Tues- election of this Important officer, so day, Sept. ID. Tho offerltiR Includes loiiK will many of the public affairs May-fiel- d sovcarl mares, horses, geldings, cows, of tho county bo In a tangle. Messenger. And why not creato mules, sheop nml calves, and farming Implements In case of rain tho such an officer In Fulton county? snlo will bo held tho noxt day Ton Illckman Courier and Commercial-Appea- l o'clock la tho hour sot. ?1.2G. osl-tlou- Vt!itttW1'H?WW YBBBBBBBaB GOOD COTTON TOP MATTRESSES For $1.50 AT THE lr so make your wants known to us, we are In a position to sell you any kind or farm you want, nothing priced wrong In the lot, every one within tho range of reason, all well located and sanely improved. Show us a lino of farms at any jrlce, we don't care where they are, or how good you may call them, that are better than we offer In this fall's list and we will quit the business. Everyone or our farms has the best country on EARTH to back them up. mid you will agree with us If you come and see for yourself. More than 100 fine farms to select from now, ranging from 3 to 625 acres. All located within 10 miles of Fulton, Ky. Wo are prepared to sell you out. We have enough bargains to sell you In. Wo can list your property at any time, guaranteeing )ou a satisfactory deal. For further Information concerning our list either call at our office or write for our free descriptive catalogue. & WARFORD SAWYER Real Estate & Investment Co. Phones: Cum. No. 3; Rural No. 361. Office Lake Street, Fulton, Ky. ST. LOUIS FUR. CO; (Incorporated) Plioue 38 (or grooerle. - -- A .i. 1.;, j,' n mm lm?iliiliwiimi .i . tmm irif i v wwmamammmsBKwmm ' U& H,. PIK. .A. .. 1V k V AT rt X)- '-- H .V h v, ,C t EBuHMVHBr 3EF9tmSF$' j&fjS&F f B J 9aaaaaaaaaaK'BaHa) S I 0f Ttw More Wear, More Comfort, More Style IN THE LATEST THING IN FOOTWEAR a TessId k 4 r UMMHUuiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiwimin mnrnnmmmuunnimiauii SCHOOL SHOES YMaaflaaaiV IlETl ALA m "TESS and TED" School Shoes ' d grosbeak. and grosbeaks, male and female; lower figure, ' and female.) Black-headerose-breaste- d rose-breaste- d (Upper figure, grosbeaks, male black-headed The "Star Brand" Shoe people of St. Louis, already world famous because of their rapid growth, have recently placed on the market a new line of School Shoes, which is known as "Tcss and Ted" School Shoos, the word being derived from the word "tested,'' meaning that these shoes were thoroughly tested lcforc being placed on the market. Rand Shoe Co. have never been known to do anything by halves, and they have taken special pains with this new line of shoes for children. clumsy shoes. So Many years ago they realized that it was n crime to cripple children's feet with they employed experts on children's shocmaking from all over the country. That was several years ago. All these years these experts in shocmaking have lccn experimenting to get the lasts just right, to find methods of manufacturing which would make the shoes lighter, yet stronger, to find ways of making shoes cheaper, to get the right kinds of leather; in short, the idea was to make n School Shoe that is us near perfection as leather shoes can be made. Recently they decided that they had the right combination and began to manufacture and sell KILL MANY INSECTS Uttro Grosbeaks Wage Unceasing War on Injurious Bugs. Investigations Prove That This Dreed of Birds Destroy Many Pests and Are Invaluable Friend of the Farmer. (Br W. Survey. T. WATEE. tractlvo to grosbeaks, particularly to tho cardinal. Standing grain may be insured against the attacks of small birds by planting a fow rows of mtllot on tho edges of the field. MUlot Is a prlmo birds favorlto with all groln-eatlnand should bo sown so as to ripen at the Umo tho grain Is exposed to dam-agg The Roberts, Johnson & r-t br Agriculture) The grosbeaks take their name from their big books, and thoy ore great eatora of insects and slugs which Injure plants. Somo objection has boon mado to them on tho score that they eat seed grain, but wbero, It Is drlllod this objection docs not amount to much, as present-da- y plant ore cover tho grain effectually With grain undor other conditions tho damage done by tho grosbeaks Is much more than repaid by tho they kill. The and grosbeaks oat peas, and tho In t tor eat green beans, also. Ex port on co shows that a scarecrow suffices to ward off apthe but the black-heapears loss easily Intimidated. In localities where tho birds are abundant bird netting used as a cover is effective and Is advised for small patches. Planting wild fruit Is Important for tho purposo of attracting birds. Tho following aro valuable; Dogwoods, hollies, Jumper, bayberry, Virginia oroopcr, bluebenios, blackberries and wild grapes. Not all tho thickets on a farm should be removed, since thoy servo to harbor birds, to protect them from enemies and to furnish nesting sltos. Whore thickets aro lacking, the growth of artificial ones should bo encouraged, for thoy aro very at- ts roso-brcostc- d black-headerose-breas- United Suits Assistant Biological Department of A permanent drinking and bathing placo on tho form and In tho gnrden Is to bo numbored among tho most potent attractions for birds, and with a little Ingenuity one ran bo prepared In almost any locality Winter feeding serves to attract the cardinal, which relishes corn, sunflower and other sood, and take kindly evon to table scraps. Unquestionably, If tho number of birds Is to bo materially Increased, measures must be tnkon to dispose of roving cats Grosbeaks are usually ablo to defend themselves and their nests against tho English sparrow, but for tho sake of othor small birds tho numbers of this foreign pest should be materially reduced. Present Indications provo that the sorvlcoa of grosbeaks In destroying Insect pests aro Invaluable Each kind pays spoclal attention to certain pests wlhch If unchocked would causo enormous losses. Few of our birds aro to bo credited with more good and with fowor orll deeds than tho grosbeaks, and none more clearly deserve protection by the practical farmer. "TESS and TED School Shoes Soon this will be the most talked of line of shoes in the world, because it is newer and better, We've put in a complete stock and have the sole agency in our town. Better come and look nt them, even if you do not buy now. You can easily sec where they differ from other school shoes. SMITH & AMBERG (ouner's r Vi TJ-Ho- Corn Culture. In tho cultivation of corn, after planting, I uso tho wocdor until the plants aro two or tbrco Inches high, says a wrltor In an exchange; then begin with tho wheel cultivator, using tho plant shields, and cultivate at least once a week until tho plants aro about a foot high, thon romovo tho plant shields and cultivate again and you will not Injure your corn, but will bury tho woods, and by so doing thore Is no hand work (trcfe fcL.-ii- - ' .j,jy aching heart There Is no act Intend ed to help another, too mnll for tho j Master's notion. It Is the coimjcJmms attention to what the world calls Mute things thfit makes the great beauty and success In llfo. our homes be places of Ioto, joy and hrtKhlmrt sunshine, plac of enduring love thai out lasts the wedding day, ami which produces a life of one long iiNbrnkeM honeymoon, the molding place of character, a place where the child breathes nn atmosphere perfumed by Ike choicest flowers of heaven, where U finds the greatest eorthly MotirUy In mother's loving, fostering cm re Love Is the great homomaker, that makes een drudgery of housekeeping a pleasure, and home life a foro taste of the bliss of heaven one annul got too much love Into one's liomemnklng, but easily too little. There is no Mich tiling ns man's ighiB ind woman's rights separate an.l distinct from each other. Worn !et Cayce Milling Co. Our Motto-PUR- ITY and HIGHEST QUALITY We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Cayce Milling Company 1 Out. C Hrooks, n well known of Greenfield, Term t has In a moderate degree , and an in Hickman for the practlco of never married. About time for lilm his, profession. Ho is fitting up parlors in the rear of his son's to reform. in w Jewelry store. Savo from ono to two dollars a Sun Ilros. circus will go to Union thousand on your slvlnulctt by buying dlroct from mill. C. M. Yates Shlngla City from Hickman showing thoro on the lDlh. Co. Ho Nebraska lias a man 117 years old has always aniokid and used Or 0 n op-tle- aro simply human rights. Tft' sixes belong to oach other; what (clients one helps tho other, what 'lfvatoH either upliftB both. Man Is How often Is a fine nature warped, I lie outdoor and woman the Indoor a really good disposition spoiled by partner In tho firm of humanity. tho omission of a few tinioly word A child receiving of encouragement. you want to bo happy forgot nothing but blame and constant scoldIf yourselves and think of somo one el bo ing, In time becomes deaf to com-a i.d If HisHlblo do something for tlon, sullen and defiant, and In the someone else. Head to an old lady; end one of those children who neltlii r On the other baud S' ml a bunch of flowers to a sick hours nor heeds fri'-nd- ; dry tho tears of a lonely a child that Is occasionally eneourag child, say n kind word to u poor dis- ed. Is proud of pleasing another, Is pleased with himself and couraged washerwoman; speak with urged to renew exertions to gain a a olce which Simmon the whine anil ro)Kitltlou of that praise so dear to whimper of nnothor. tho human heart, be that heart young or old. Fathers now basking In tho sunsot of life may not roadlly recall nil A model husband may be a day la their early experiences In llfo, tholr and triumphs of their child- borer who returns to his home at hood home, the playhouses they help- night with a hard earned dollar clasped their sisters build nro pliolornph-'- 1 ed In his honest hand, and ndds It to upon tho heart's tablet anil will tho family fund to be used to provide never rado away. Hie golden iigiu necessary comforts for the family of eternity will not dim tho bright lie shares faithfully with his wife ness of this picture. Olio will never whntewr he may earn by trade or When business matters forget the plaeo of his birth, the llttlo profession. broken cart, the Hied and kite, and perplex he does not go home with a the older brother who led the way woeful tnlo or his hardships and turn to the hillside whero tho fairest wild tho bright side of his character to flowers bloomed. Those sacred mem his nssoclntes, but he conies Into his ories will never grow less bright or homo with a cheerful fae that Inspires his wife with now courage after dim with nge. a day or perplexing duties which alone hao to meet, and in their There should bo no day In our monotony become distasteful to the lives that did not record some net of most patient of thorn. kindness, some help held out to the needy. One act or somo Tho othlcs of home correspond In kind word, or a pleasant glance, has nlli.ii II Is ft an n a lit n ik sit nnaiiil tin , largo measuro with ahlcs of society. .... 'ill's right c g lrlm-All those whhli arc crowned jewel of the Mhrl rlvllhuttioti kitve their lMcpUti h the hom-Th- e glory rhI harm ir wonntnhtMHl ami liMUkood, tin- ntrt-a- t of charm t.r which give dleOnctlrriviMi nod b, u- ly to childhood ami youth, tnr wt JtMUneuis of personal and dow.ll relatlfHw wltkln the how. the erf in thin of th- - nnMliM, (MHtHlnr fu ropUlttlHk and rtrowlnu Hi-- r of children, all fall within the powers of home ethics. Nowber rbw cn the abstract tlrtws or nrarttial duties be more forcibly dtolosed lon-tfhlellt) Ui trusts, trwthrulni-sn- . our aRe, true dlHlty, ihp lesavr Urtu. M well as the finer and nobler Issue of life, must reert lo home training rir th-lproper and lasilng Inculcation y r bt-- r hiMband For liuMmi. . have the ptrMUfe of a lir-- , v. I il- twfnr. ii u t,f haa Y lk loinplrxkiH sinpl rucurinic I.I. iiiUIhm on (no r ly ran In- gut . n rid of b - ii i diM i I the llrer, ahiiti is torpid III ll" Is a po riul lifer orr. .i purifb tin nynteH). tliiiulnt .rllal rscnii mid pot tin vlotom romlltkiH I'rn Hold by IlKkninn OrM Co ; . Kbl. t it will prcarh at Jit Hunday In October .Miss Mary M. Dunud of Hy t Mention ti hits r. Mr Itowhnr Kerj wlf. should In n h Ipmate to will vi i to arbiMil wu limn this term fin.n (( Silver Plate that Wears " ii Sinco 1847, tho year RoKer5 Bros, originated electro-silvplatincjilverware beannR the trade mark "1247 ROGERS BROS." hai been renowned for quality, wcarabihty and beauty. er 1847 ROGERS xs BROS. TRIPLE .. stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces it a Ruarantee of heaviest platuiCl perfect workmanship and exquisite destRn, assuring long and satisfymi; service. Any article of silverware marked "Ml ROGERS BROS." may be selected without further investigation. leadini: dealurs eVtJfy where. Send for cataloRuo . L showing all patterns. MRRIDEN BRITANNIA CO.. M.rld.n, Conn. 1.HM..N...WIW, SJ'K L-- Oliver tu, nnrcmaor.) .-- u4 i Mkc ,j VU-i- tl j K1 16 KENTUCKY STATE NOTES. Items Gathered From Over Tho State. p n Announcement., will be in the market buying new stock of goods and will have the best lines of Dry Coods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and, in fact, everything for ladies and gentlemen. I This week Frankfort Dr. A. J. Payne, government sheep Inspector, announced that the llvo stock sanitary board had amended tlio rules providing that sheep may bo shipped Into Kentucky for exhibit nt the atato fair without dipping. Tboy will bo under the supervision of government inspectors, mid will bo kept In stock pons Boparato and apart from Kentucky sheep. As a result thoro will bo no danger from Infection of Hcnbbles to Kentucky bheep exhibitors. "Back to the Farm." Strikingly llhistratlvo of tho argument that "the back to the farm" mooment should bo Inaugurated, were statistics mado public by tha census bureau Indicating that during tho last ten years tho percentago or Increase In number of farms has fallen far behind that of tlio Incrcaso In population. Not slnco 18S0 has the percentage of Increase beon so small, According to tho census bureau, during the period, beginning In 1000, tho population of tho nation Increased 21 per cent. During the Bamo iIpcihIo tho number of farms Increased from C.737,372 to 0,310,357, only 10.G pi-- r cent. Most remarkable, however, was tho showing of tho Incrensn In tho valuo of tho farms. Fnrm land, exclusive of farm buildings, was valued at In 1900. In 1910 It was worth 128,280.770,000, an advance of 117 per cent. Tho slzo of farms has Increased, according to returns. A big advance was noted In tho raluo of farm buildings and Implements. Hired labor In 1910 absorbed $315,012,000, nn Increaao or 80 per cent over 1900. Sixty-siper cent of all farms wero reported "free of debt." ten-yea- r x fcSi--- bjO c- -c ntAW "?"-- J In this store you will receive the best of treat- We've Moved! We wish to inform our friends that we've moved into our new quarters in the W. A. Dodd's building, and extend you a cordial invitation to call and see us whether you care to purchase or not. The change in location has given us'more room, and we are prepared, in many respects, to serve you better than ever before. We can show you the best line of Hand Made Harness in this section, besides all the other "fixings." We also make a specialty of Harness and Shoe Repairing, etc. We are always glad to display our goods, it is a pleasure and our business to do so. By next week we will have the most complete stock of goods in the city. Come and see us ment whether you buy or not. and inspect our goods. A special inducement will be our low prices, as we are going to sell at lower prices than can bought elsewhere. We handle strictly goods values and low prices my motto. first-cla- ss Cive TJs gl Csill HickmanHarnessCo. A. J. WRIGHT, Manager. 4 ; be. Buchanan's Building: On the Corner. OUR CLERKS Miss Birdie Glover S. M. NAIFEH, The Dry Goods Mnn Miss Vera Thomas Sudc M. Naifch Junior Order at Covington for Next Convention, Olllccrs for the Junior Order of American .Mechanics of Kentucky for the ensuing year wero elected: Harvey Mitchell, Heart, councilor; Omer Stubbs, Ludlow, vlco councilor; I W. Philips, Covington, treasurer; K. W. Harbin, London, conductor; Thomas Boone, Winchester, warden; A. II. Ulore, Dayton, Insldo sentinel; J. D. Hunter, Cnnnoll City, chaplain. Tbo next meeting will bo held at Covington in September, 1912. Tho most Important action taken by tbo grand council was the determination to select a state organizer, to rccelvo a salary of $2,000, and will bo elected by tbo flvo most important stato olUccrs. Tho stato railroad commission certified to tho claim of tlio Vancoburg & Stouts Lano Turnplko against C. & Co., O. Railroad and ordered n COUNTY 1 niu COURT A regular term of tho County Court was held Monday and the following business wa transacted: NEW BUSINESS VENTURE Wood Yard Will be Opened n West Hlckan. Kilo Coal, all Knulon, (rum $1 GO HOQWALUOW HAPPCNINQ3. ItioiM at. TIMC TABLE (Clfectlvo C, Junt Poko rWluy mini, within tweiity-flv- r DR. renta of buying a good hungy, M. & Q. R. R. tbia wwk. 4, 1011) A. 0. LOHGMECKER rata Veterin.uy Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Iavo Arrlvo Hickman Arrlro !.() Irfvu Arrive Iamito Arrlvo b;30 , ui. Djersburx 8:30 . in. Hickman 2:00 p. tu. Dyersburg 0:00 i. in. Orenburg 9:00 a. til. 12:00 noon Hickman I)erburft......G:30 p. in. 8:30 p. ta. Hickman Q. M. KOSS, AcunL LOOK! i LOOK! furnish my medicines ami munlce .1 cure in... Founders, Colic, Bols King Bone, Bone Spavin Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Weak Eyes, Sharbon and Lockjaw. I "wn my hospital and am ready for business. X3oSli XltOI10N Ml. ROGERS, VctcriiMirian HICKMAN, KY. MoubleProfectibii ara necessary and Java much property, but they cannot pc reuea upon always. Although they piay put out tha flro. water may do Flro departmenta Tho County dorks association of Kentucky held tholr annual meeting The IIok I'onl coiigwitntlon hero and elected tho following offBOTH their jHiHiur yusterdny with 11 icers: Crawford Leo, Frankfort, president; W. T. Mills, Mndlsonvlllo, nlee frytiiK hUnI chlukon. Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 S. T. llrcatliltt, Nowcastlo, Thlnax hnre buen no quiet around treasurer. Ih wallow tli l week (hut nil tho Calls promptly answered night or Tho address of welcomo was delivered by Attorney Leslie Morris, and smoke has mo mm atmlHlil up. flay. Satisfaction guaranteed. tho responso was mado by Gus 0. SinTb Hoxwntlpw Improvement Sogleton, of I'aducau. Stnto Inspector and Kxamlnor ciety announce with much prldo Hint K. Todd delivered addresses having boon used for several years nt w am soon to hnvti n now moon. Tlckvlllo and will have to bo remod- on tho Bubject of "Uniform System 'Pint floor of tlio Hog wallow postof-fln- u eled heio mid there, tho world hnvliiK of Bookkeeping for All Counties," and wikm mo much on one Mo tha underwent luiirnvometit urged tho association to recommend to tbo legislature that tho system bo has hnil to I111II1I up tho since tlu'ii. Kentiicklan. oatiiKtsier adopted. Tho recapitulation of assoli's on one ship of bin bIiooh. sessors books was anothor Important Hubjoct under discussion. Clvo us a call. Our prices will iHiputy Coustuhlo hns milled 11 Tlio spy uliuw attachment to bin lantern, pli'iiso you. Sullivan Uroi. Scottavlllo. Flro of unknown origin destroyed four business houses, threo mill contemplate! doing soinu very flnu detective work tlio coimIiik full "llrwid In Old Kentucky" Ugh pat dwolllngs, tbo Presbyterian church, nm1 wlnlur. ent Murgarci flour. Hotter than others tho tolcphono exchango and tho Carver Garrison's but Ktt no uioro. UolternworLh & hotel. Tho flro started In by a brisk grocery store, and fanned Whllo passing through n dark Htrlp l'rnthur. wind, could not bo controlled until it of woimIh nonr tlio Gimlet Creek R. St. L. pllo driver Is burned out an outlro block. night Hotelier Hen-sto- p bridge tlio other Tho N. G. was hold up by two masked nu'ii putting In tho ovtirliond bridge on Kentucky marksmen who composed and rubbed of n flnu twist of ohowlng tholr now belt lino In l'.isl Hickman tho atato rifle team which wns In tlio tobacco. Tho wagon road Is under tho brldo national match at Camp Perry, Ohio, at this point. havo returned homo much disappointll.it Smith, who bo successfully ed becauso thoy did not finish bolter. on MiiHkot tlii moonslilno still Tho now cable for tho Homo Tboy would havo finished well up with company has nrrlved and will tbo others but for tho fact that they ltldgo,,h.iH requested us lo notify IiIh patrons around lion wallow that hero-afle- r bo Installed at once. This will make wero penalized n largo number o( all barrels muni bo returned as a groat improvement In the Horvliu. points becauso their marker, who was .Manager Davis says bo has upwards to bo in tho rlflo pits, failed to report soon mi empty. (or duty on tbo day that tbo tam shot. of fifty residence phones spoken for Yam Shim mid Sidney Hocks swap-po- In tlio city, but will not put them In tho last ring nt Just nftor hows nt tho forks of tin' road until the cable is put up and tho cen- tbo Capital winning hla favorlto sadfair with dellliora-lioThumlny after n tral office moved. dle horse, Russell Ilnlloy, ouo of the and gonural Inspection, together horsemen In Kentucky, with a m.iKH of doubtful statements. dropped dead on tbo street hero. As They traded oven, each giving flvo TTTTYTTTTTTYTVTTTTTTYVW bo rodo from tho ring nfter winning tho bluo tlo with Golden alow, Mr. dollars to boot. Itnlloy remarked to ono of bis friends: . hopo I moot Golden Glow In heavCricket Hicks has roturncd from en." In twonty minutes nfter be mads tho Calf Illbs section, whero for two this remark bo wns dead. days ho hold down an Important and lucrative pmdtlon nt n sorguin mill, Groenvlllo. Two men entered the llo has not yot decided what work ho Btoro of W. A. Young nnd took $5f will engage I" 1" tho futiiro, but will and a pistol. first tako n needed rest of two or mmmmmmmmmammmm thri'u months. nut-prto-- d Jeffontou Pollocks Ik fixing l have III fml washed Hog Ford next Huiulny. at-th- tlio railroad company to pay Its pro of taxes duo for the maintenance of tho turnplko. Tbo case was an ap peal from Lewis county. The railroad company refused payment of taxes, alleging that the turnplko was n prlrato road and not a public thoroughfare Olfiro nt Stec Stnhr's livery Horn PHONES sec-rotar- y; lo J. S. Mosler has reached the conclusion that a good wood yard la HIcknu would bo a paying Investment 11. T. Davis, guardian for Sadlo and and( will establish such a business lu Sherman Uoeu. " West Hickman next week. S. A. Wllklus, guardian for Hoy and The location of this concern will bo Kay Thomas. S. A. Wllklus guardian for Huburt west of the C. M. & G. railroad, behind tho government levee. He will WilkhLs. Mrs. Dora MayeK admr. for J. D. have bis wood all shipped In over tbo new railroad. Mayes deceased. lay Settlement filed and ordered Past experienco teaches us that over thirty days for exceptions: Hickman needs a wood yard. In winVi'H8 Ilrowdor guardian for Kath-lu- c ter It Is nothing uncommon to ex, Ilrowdur. perienco a wood famine, and tho new L. Davis guardlau for liottie Davis. yard should prove a boom In this re Tho following appraised bills were Hpect as well as a good business proposition for Mr. Mosler. confirmed: J. T. Kemp, deceased. Smith Dros., W. II. 1'olsgrove, deed. Every wife should be a belpmato to T!io will of W. P. Taylor was filed her husband. For Instance, If you and Kd Thomas appointed executor have the pleasure of a large washing-beforwith Gus Thomas an surety. you and he has the laborious Tlio will of J. D. Webstar was filed task of going to the city, or taking a for probate and Geo. L. White ap- trip through tho country, . cbango pointed with lie mice White as surety work with him, let him help you wash In the forenoon and you help him ride In tho afternoon. A good CIRCUIT COURT wife will deny herself to entertain J no. Pylo vs. Sovereign Camp W. her husband, especially on wash daj O. W. Suit for payment of Insurance llut some men will say, "Wheu I policy. Plaintiffs stepfather died lu como down to that I'll hire it done." March and held a polloy In the W. O. Wo find no fault with hiring It done, V, which they refused to pay on tho but as to coming down to help u ground that tho plaintiff Is of no woman, my dear sir, who created you blood kin to deceased although de- so far above a woman that you have ceased will hia estate to plaintiff nnd to coudesceut to come down? Wo mado over hla Insurance policy to know the Ulble says that "the shall be the bead of the housetlm. hold," but It also says that "the wlfo shall bo a crown to blin," and you Next Monday will bo a busy day In know the crown Is a little higher and Hickman. Public schools will oimiii; just above tbo bead. Such being tho Sun Uroa. circus will glvo two exhi- case come up, gentlemen, on a level bitions and Fulton circuit court will with your wives and assist in tbo open. Present indications are that homo whenever you can do so withthere will bo several thousands visi- out Infringing upon larger and more tors hero on that day. Imiwrtant duties. Tbo following settlements wero firmed: cone bus-bund n tele-phon- o d Prescriptions Drugs... and two-hour- s n best-know- n F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Our aim is to serve you earnestly and honestly and to set before you the best goods of quality above criticism with no exageration of values, no promise without performance both in the prescription and drug department. This is a drug store you'll find here a most complete stock of the things every legitimate drug store is expected to have. We concentrate on drugs, medicines and drug sundries, that's why we can serve you best. We invite your patronage and confidence. Is much damage at tho flro. Flro Prof. San Siirndlon irnulo n flying Buranco protects you against the trip to Tlckvlllo last week, whoro ho Pis by flro as well as tha loss by made a trado for a glolw map of tho ater damage. A flro Insurance pol- - world. Ho will lino this In his argil- py In a rellablo company with a rep. mollis with tho trustees of tho Wild Onion school that tho world Is round. uon ror fair dealing and la your best protection. Wo rep- - In tho nasi ho has boon lunching ho flat BjHtein, using tho flat maps of sent only such companies. Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Hickman Chapter No. 10. lt.A. M. CflW vttod to .! Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil li present unci reuulnr ntnteil uieetluir Mondny. Hel't. Is, nt7SVp. 111. Mt'inlierH nr requeued itiul vlnltliiKi-ompnnloiialn- - Allium! election of olllrers ir. J.nKKIKU. H. I'. IU A. TYI.KIt, Heo'y. Hickman Drug Co. Incorporated H. C. HELM, Agent the bluo back geography. Tho globo secured by tho teacher la rather old, Phone 183 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Itemarkablo values In boys at Sulllvarf Uroa. Ttoo 7FLoxn.il Store 1imnMli)rmitt3l!-imiT-mmr,- f Tlrtl. .,- .- ,, t ,mmiw twiwwmww'mu'ff THE HICKMAN "Covers Wtslern KtntaJti COURIER Like the "Dent" DOCKET FULTON CIRCUIT COURT, et Mrs l'attie Pierce et al. Wilson vs. A. N. Mrs Alice 1 KliiK t al. .1 I. JennliiKB vs. Inez Hendursnn vs Hcitrue T in K Cole vs Will Cole s Ruby K Walton WtUiauis ( Cool and Refreshing SENTENCED TO PEN. Five Livingston County Riders Will Pay For Fun. For the second time siuu tin baciu troubles started nine .ur- comlclloiw htive bi'en secured m LIIiikIiii circuit court iiKaluH fruliiiTM churned Willi "Ixindiio' f. fihilliiK nud roiiaplrtii: liuo-ilinjure lie property or Ihm of .i. TIim alli"ed nil III rldei r" i 1 SPEErt & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates $1.00 First National Hnnk vs. W. II Thur September Term Convenes Here Next Monday. man Alonso Price. KlUahelli W. Uiler vs. HntUe Uiiik Subscription per Year llennlf I'rlrw et Hi "S . .& A PERFECT GEM T Following Is tlu docket for tln September trm of Fulton Circuit et al. Court wblcli eonvonea at the Court SiibIh C. ICutear vs. Kllinbotli ICoiH-e- r House In Hickman Monday. ol al. J. I). Iiuch vs. D. C. Coruin ut al. It Is probable (lint .Indue Husk will Helm & KJMuon vs. Unlit. OrlBgn. preside as he Is presiding" at Wink- lifftt tills WPfk. vs. Frenchy Lewis. Kettle Watnlla lliwnrd vs Hnsey Howard. In the Conimonwonlth docket there .Mrs Mai 'Itoylor vs ltoan .N'. Taythat the slierirf tins not arc 4T. en boon able to find and uhlih we do lor et al. I! (1 Hale vs Vernon Malady el al not publish. Cli of Fulton Fa Parte Two suits The Jury list was drawn last week Mrs Clara F Maxwell vs C K and Hi'' .sin riff no doubt has nude W. bh 1 al ill th summonses by ihis time 1 T. N. FU-k- l Admr et al W s. J. K II. Fields et al. Mrs. P T Prntitw vow I'm Gowgili's Drug Store where you will find lirst-clas- s 1 Continued Ordinary K) Hmw) Co. vs liet elver el al. C T MoiHliimiit flHll Third D.iy. J . WoihImiii, every-thin- fj II Rnnklti. - Crawford, ItoMiiiMin lollll. till OeorKe 11111I F. II. I.tht- usually served al .1 Soila l'ounlain. Knst (iu Kv I'llllMM I I I .v. N'ailoHUl .1 Hnnk of Psdiicnh vs. A Tinker. .v I'Ihiii vs A Mr S llnrketl I Culvert Co vs City or et nl vs. C Hy Miss some of the swrel Ihlnps life, bnl don't ml si the pleasures of 1 lox of in ileHlrojIliK WltKlll. Nbollt fight IHlleM fill 11. In. iili on the ills III or Mnr. Ii : ' Wrlghl'H Imiiii hail PrcvliHisly Inn netl and h bsil Ih n w u r leave the alHle. Tile and I Tim rive Were .11 til .. or It... llOllie tilt rs Hnnk v (1 K Moorr sNC ft S 1. Dm1iI Co m I. Ity rlll4'Hll!lll vs. Hon WoihI Hlll r" ('41 .1 r r Utile Admr "llcnjler's Ciindy Vor sale five HMR llrttlllHl till' I. the first AHj"Ripl from 'T. " In HiHbllsh ullhla rnr Ihein. Inn mil) luiireatoii tlewr made .n. Km. vtaa Hint aeai'-a-rtile liilnlHilltll of one year . Jui e h. 1,1 A diamond. I Mrs. Upptowna should sat, Judging from the scratch a on your cl&aaware and mirrors! trtoaure. She Mrs. Wostendo My new maid la a Is a Jew oil ii School Supply Htiimle vn II A Roup. I! 1,1k nf JiineMlmrn vn W C. Mnrrls iiilder tiole (lni Co rs. Miml U..1.1 at hence the candidate for Fulton county office will bo upon us with bin El l'unko cigars and cundy for the bablou. At presunt, we would lxi able to lay our flngor ou only four of those who will participate la the next campaign. Two for sheriff, one for county clurk and one for county superintendent of schools They all bail from the west end of the county but there will be others. A year isilie -- I' nl.. 11 It W tflHllitiM vs I. C R. It I'.l a in .1. 1'nriMiiis vs Trsvelem Ih- Cll III llll P. IMts ft Son vs Hud Fiirgii-s.il al. W K Hall l.br Co vs. C. M. ToJ- - Gowgili's Drug Store W II Wilier I jr foiiuhl ' A sreai ia i ,. Ix'll hmh' d liirtl and iHlfr coHVUtimm ai. w:tml In grow out of Ike result Tin uiae Ms ti. kIhiiUik to l.r. m liitd end o. n mlder lt. R WsWtoii vs JiiliHMiu v I C It. K. N C ft Si I !., ICi ' I'd ThouiM vi Frank I AT - oilvi-r- . E. R. ELLISON'S DRY GOODS AND VARIETY ' POINTED pl&nlng PARAGRAPHS. Fly time la the season for ftcro Some people will take any old thlni except a bint. Hs who dvsa upon hopo will prob ably die from starvation. No man Is happier than when ha as his own pross agent. A man must loam to hold toeffne If ho would hold his own. U Umlsvllle Cottwwsrrd PitnlHrU o vm Fsrmors OIh ft OcsIh Oh. C. t! lUimlHrsHt vs. Ihitthsfd ft Mnrr.n'ct Hour, noim belter Ksusudy. W. A. Dodds vs II. 0 Msdilsi t nl laraworth A. Prnther. Appearance Ordinary Fourth Day. Jim. Pyle vs Svv. Cswp W t W Mrs r H Mmre asd da.irt.-- r i lluinra si al rs. Ovu. DstMk)'. in, an- ttosae frww a n v.ii. W. Al. . J W. Nsykir ot al family of Dr II A Itntall m LYRIC THEATRE iv.uk ItWe Ill Dooks Soma Good Shows. (rahiim IHfr Co vs. lender PhIh More Good Ones to Follow. lulling Co. Wo have some new things In fur It S. Murrell Admr. vs. Mikmi Itor-nllura tbU seaaon. Hickman Fuml kelt Sapt. SO. The N'Mht HMar Co. tura Co iiolepriNif Honlery Co vs. Ihi OeL IC, Tlia Mnu oh tWa kn. P Kwmhh VS. A. J. IlHriww. I '1 J M Hlsw . W. W. Joms. dlsh AHHrlniu TVIiiIiUHe Co. ll.ikinaii lNilKiilnt TmJ. Co. A. M. et nl. Tyler vs II. C Mm. The only oOtor xHivlrtHtH if .1 Hlajht rhler iHnntrred wliCbampUiH wss win I" 'he year rnmi ihai ttary rnr sakt'd fur an. A iw trtsl MPr! inUrm !f Ow smHIom . rr lookt l rNkd. Tbrae caiM-aewwliftt ss Inst rsaes 1 a J.,r. , I NOV. hit Good School Supplies at RIGHT prices. Tablets of all kinds the very best to be had for 5 cents Pencils, Pens, Penholders, Pencil Boxes, Rubber Erasers, Blackboard Erasers, Inks, Paste, Rulers, Compass, Pencil Sharpeners, School Bags, Lunch Baskets, Crayons, Colored Crayons, etc., etc. You cannot obtain better values anywhere. Come and see. W MiIIk (;ii..Kon. WiikIi IIhm. Co. vs. Urvuory vs A. J. IMirrow. (iuiHly (Iro. C. vs. II. II II. 13, PlllHVtfSll'H llfHWTHIINIH Dc. Jan. Jan Jan. 90. PeekV Had Hoy. 3, A H4kukttlorH lUtoayiHiMin P What will Stop a llnck Hrcitk a Grip Destroy a Bnrlc, yet krrp you from a coffin and only costs 25 A woman of boauty Is a Joy fop evw-- it sho keeps her face closed. JihmiS. !. wis A. CriHSMtl vs. .011 Jones. Irfiu HagArd vs. .Mettle HottM t Ml. Hmidiiraiit & Mosuy vs. O. W. 1 Ihi Tlialtua. HelG-1Tho Yankea IKxnIIo I'le 1h J W. Wnnl - Soma people would like to lire cloTor but not the hay fever victim. U Mum- w. I. C. R. It. Hsrkvtt vs. JrVih Wrickt. Block Co. Fab. Stt, Hiimsn Hsnrta. Mttr. 10, Tho (llrl aHd Tha TratMp. Mnr. JO. Thtt Thief. One girl la always saying about another: --8hoB Just crazy to got marrlod.' time trying to pry her husband loow from his coin. Occasionally an old bachelor thlnki lof marrying which may possibly ex (plain why he doesn't. A married woman wastes a lot ol Ob. W. U. Cole vs I. C It, It. Cuy Howard vs. I. It. R. Julian CboaU vs. W. II. Woods. J A. Stone et nl vs. R. 11. Sewtree. Richael Muiui vs. Jim Hurst et al. W. W. Meadows vs. I. W. IhirtiHi Federal DIrooiihI Co. vt. Mr. 1SH-til- e Mm S IC I'Onr Svy vs. Tl. Ta I'resbytrrtAH ckurch ft a sw of Urn. prrkr Otr tirearMt 10 fc ka tn hare yiiNk Htctrklos. m rWSliir, W (3 Htork llo nrrivtil Atttttay sbtbt and ihxihiIb. wIk)m vlaltluK KaiHrdsy Price. A woman can derive thlrty-eovo- n time aa much pleasure from shop Commonwealth Second Day. ping as bor husband can from buying Chicago News. ISob Wealberly, two cases, violating local option law. On bond. Aaron Franklin, suffering gaining SENTENCE SERMONS SEVEN on prenllses. Ou bond. the My liberty loaves ofT where Aaron' Franklin breach of pence. rights of another begin. Victor Huga On bond. In Hert Wallace, wilful inurdur. To assert that the law of brotherly Jail. love is impracticable to tho noeda ol Ia'u Carter, violating loeal option socloty Is simply to deny the vory law, two casus. In Jail In Hickman first law by which society exists. county. Richard Lo Oalllonno. Wess Flggins, malicious shooting. A man should be upright, not bava On bond. to be kept straight. Marcus Aurellus. Willie Johnson carrying concealed deadly weajtou. On bond. That man may lost, but never lives, Mabe Ceorge, carrying concealed tWno much rooeivos, but nothing deadly weapon. On bond. glvos; Jluiiule Johnson, carrying concealed Whom none can love; whom none can deadly weapon. On bund. thank Dave and Tom .Morgan, failure lo Creation's blot, creation's blank. Thomas Olbbons. support parent. On bond. In Ulysses Scott, wilful murder. Dtffloutties aro things that show Jail. what men are. Eplctotus. Walter Kirk,, malicious shooting. In Jail. Still I must wander and wait Karl Hoaz, malicious shooting. Ou Still 1 must watch and pray. bond. Not forgetting in whoso sight A thousand years in tholr flight Herman YntuH, selling whiskey with Aro as a slnglo day. out license. Fined $1!J0. Longfollow. Herman Yates, carrying concealed deadly weapon. Filed away. Blessed is the man that endureth Fred, John and Kd lOvans and Will temptation; for when he is tried, ho Allen, ginning. John nnd Fred KvanB hall received the crown of life. ou bond. James. Jim White and Hamuli Wright, gaming. On bond. Jess Tucker, gaming. On bond. U. A Do mi ill et al vs Mrs ICuia Engraved Calling Cards, l' Wedding Invitations, Continued Equity Third Day. J. II. McClure vs. U. W. Graham. Farmers Dank vs. Hand Mado Ling-gCo. y Spc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. ''ono VEGETABLES PRODUCE c. it. moore FRUITS f Kinina Halts vs. Islah Uattn. Oliver liadger vs. A. Ij. Uandgor's Admr. O. T. Mencham vs. Sis Shelby's Dowell. Admr. N. O. Morris vs. Hold. Hicks Kd Thomas vs. Theo. Twlgg et al. W. K. Hall Lumber Co. vs. J. T. Leo Weatherspoon vs. Klla Weathi.r Thompson et al. jioon. W. A. Uodds vs It.' A. Craddock. II. T. Hard vs. M. K. Hard. Mrs. Minnie Sceaice et al vs. Myra W. Whitley vs. Mary Jane Whitley. Scearce et al. Vernon Hay vs. I'orler Hay Mrs. N. C. Irvine vs. l)r. A. J. AlCora Hachel vs. Wndo Rachel. exander. Manila Pryor vs Win Pryor. Mrs. M. S. Qrnubcry Admr. el al Heuule Hunch vs. Jim Hunch. al al. Annie I.acy et al s A A Fans W. J. Ilnunou et al vn Htee ,stair. .1. W. Minify (luar. vs Katie Jones Horace Curtis vs. Sallie Curli Liquid Carbonic Co. n. I.cw.s & Tucker. ,W. W. Muadowb vs. Ooaldcr John son. Two etittos. .1. F. & S. I.. Ootids Co vs IIoIIih F. Taylor. It. M. lielew vs. Mm F.mina l.itile Lewis Fields Hx. et al vr Mamie Chiiuiluy et al. Imra II. Undue el nl v H W Cougor et nl. Sam MeConnell et al vs Kill Mo- Counell et al. 1). J. Tnrnoy vs. .Mm Kinina Little ot al. Kxohango Hank or Mayfield s It II. Rogers et al. I.ovlo LatiKford vs. J. II l.anford Admr. Flossie M. Hart vs. Kd Hart Kiifu Fields vh Klzada Fields J. J. C. Ilondurant vs. J W Klks et al. Inez Tnylor vs. Hollls Taylor J. II. I'dwldge vs. J K Harm tt Clly or Fulton vs. N. 0 Morns II. F. Chamhers vs. M. II Shuck Appear ance Equity Third Day. Navlor Mere. Co. vs. W M Cook Nay'or fi. Campbell vs. W M Cook Oni Laiidenlalu vs. Alex I.autli rclaUi J. II. l'rovow vs. It S. Mum II Mrs. Mary Jones vs. Henry June J. T. Seat vs. W. A. Naylor et al Sue I'aco vs. K. l'aco Irene Urtinham vs. Tunic r llranliain Sola Weathers vs. Will Weatlur, Wary Davis vs. Thomas Davis J. W. Hurst vs. Ifcl Uholson et nl Halo & Ward vs. N. W. Calcot Co. Mrs. Ionn McDowell vs. M. I Mc Domiell vs. ICtao liwery etc. Imhhv In Mo. vs. J. O. Crlffln at si .InilKr F. g. Mftnr r turMd Krtdar W A Hrown vs. .1. W. .Vsylw el si Chls-lo. Conway ft Jowollv hIknI frHH UiHlarllli. where he h.ia x been In Oh liiHipltal fur the mi Wi-kJik- Mallard n John WriRht llll kill-Il- l The .IllllUe M4I) N KiriK A W. are Kl.ul "i lM.ks foml In him W II Kent, r s . him Roy Hoaz s K.iri Hon icmfi Turner I 'annum Ibuik W. R Mrs. Frank Ilerroti. who bits Urn H. IlrowH sin) family. U( worslMg fo r n akitrt vln In UmImm Clly bafiH riHrnlHS to h. r cents? ltrnK Tarpine lor Cooihs iinil lolds - Helm & Ellison he-Ul- St xffl THE PANTS KING TROUSERS I SAiTiaoas Oh,Bill Those Pants you've been thinking about they're here. A swell line, too. Reasonably priced. Sizes? Most any old size you can call for. A handsome lot of patterns, too. : You should see them. rZW Possibly you need an extra pair just as good as wheat in the mill you will need them soon. Don't forget the place. BRADLEY & PARHAM - V ,.aV. l'J . ?.AvJtti-5- J HArft- .... 'luAt.ltif !- -1 ,i iuuiv ts, .,. AjSiatWiiiiSiiji:Ajr3 AVIATORS COMING Will Pass Hickman on Great 1 River Event. I H I I'o ull iln) with that prtflr1pliou7H lUmnnd-- l waiting Just ten iiilnul) In Helm & HUlion's "I'lia lnt l'he I Iih.I ll rilled it took Just flva uriiiulea. nuetta ).. ).u 4n'i Know your bualnnaar" "Artyou folks 'l'o ! going- A prlzo auroplano flight Ih buinc arranged between thn ultleu along tho MlaxlHglppl river, and Its 8iiC(.eH8fiil louMiiiuiiiutUm Ih already axmirL'd, an $13000 of tho $2000(1 Iiuh already hccti Buy Your Suit Case a HWU Imwii HUhlerlhed Thu plan Ih to elvo tho $20,000 to thn aviator who inakos tho IihmI tltnu from AIIiiikkiiioIIh In Nnw OrlnmiR. till) W M81 Umi onoa In ulitlo iwtiis, or Mrviim wn. Jt to tho dlaoourtpoua penalty or waa mi py ointment Hint Imil to be or It waa M noU.ni. ir Impropprly UMd, lint j nmi fcwtttig Bflt If lirniwrly worlUMl up into the olntmtnl ami evenly linu Hip wlwle prvaorlpltnu liribNlMl. Dnii'l ymi on the UHlifMlMW ftfHl iWII of Ilia phnnunclat who had It In ImmJ? HKui'i trMcrtitloii 'teTlta iiit.llrtnul part iltuilil "ftva n( wnutd Hn inliuilaw " U tatre It rinM raralMaty don In Umt limp, and pprhapa com nr Him pa-- t rmy rnr Dm Imata hHIi sor pyea fir yaara to a l'Ok imr take tiHMr. anil In Hip gtrtRigli llnm in do tlm work irnwrly. Hrratlnu mtiitdnas wa ul- - Whlah ilo yon prpfprt TIhi druggist who geta it reputation or bo-aM in lutli, mil a larva HHwbar of rprliHlona r Iwur. or a drug-(i.- i watt lifis ne Ml Um atiy iwrtlatikir iiroMrlptloii, hot uk.ii aofii Itoun ar writuus to do lb work Will, 1,7 aUttl fr Wa ilftH'l alrtra for araad raasnla In litem daaafiftaBto. W & IHHaon praaerlp-tto- rtfa (iftar amiraa. ynir pfaaoftpllm Imaliia T .May wb (tarn negro killed of K waa On Uoat Above Town, " up to l hi Hiiip. (lady Thrown Overheard. A I HIS ANSWER courae IiWhk thn rlvor tho on-lire OlKlame TIiIh. ax a matter of fuel, pntH Illikinan on thn routo of tlie big onnt Tim principal object or Um rilclit Ih to aeeura putillilly for tho MHfliftslppI valley elllea and also to boost the dsep waterwnja projocta Tim will he held In Clilraco In mid If powilbln the Htarl will bn nmdp either lieforo nr while the convention la In fUMHlnn Aviator are entliufllntitlr- over tho oliance to win the lory ami the money which will bo In tlie winner. Whether thn event will be In the niliire or a nice with Hovernl aviators rouiietltic or almply aa a HlnKle night Imi not yet lieen decided upon If a rnc, II Ii oprtnlu that audi airmen Aa Atwood. Ilauilltnn and Ward of Ilia llureaa-Wriab- t team; lloarhity, Wltiupr, lly or the CurlipH team: Mo (liirdy, who lum a iNiwerrul new himhiI iimchliie. and piobnbly ('lamle (Ira- lKiiiiWinu.. Itarl .. UvliiKlon and Tom Sopwllh would enter. This dm-- not mean Hint all of tho loiileatnnth would fly blplancH, liou--r- , 1 n r, e oit LEIBOUITZ'S have just received a new line of Suit Cases that are going to be sold at extremely low prices. If you are in need of a new case, it will pay you to get my prices beI fore buying. Prices ranging from 95c to $9.00 1 4 Where quality reigns higher than prices land Um UflHtar, Starker TfcNradajr tvtiMlag at ike wharf -w ji ' u'rtoak, lftnr towering her siai i una ikpjr nalml for offtrra of the n ruwrta int. M iHrHvri ovr a HarkaU Aa Um parktrt twrartl tax Just Hickman flv Minnie. Infm. walaUa for ibf liunl'in.i.ioitlnc a crap lain, on imrrrl Mraa id ildk, wbk'h rtwultl in in i IU. ratMlAlMWl rntllHC Hi' llirmi .f aaaOnf iMra la a rrnp kiui t)kiai aho 8H Up tHiail with a w Uittu aad piiaMaa him ovcrUxird into id. rlvpr. Tkf Htwru killed w u 4 itth A oiina atokr imi ala waj li'j. Mtaa, a travrlliiR maa, waa ai n 'h.- - mar. Ihii bla Nam wna h( I. iiii.il in rlalkpa waa wpll i Ha UUh frH Um fraea mr aiiwKr lun. or THi.iHfiii-- . T mi , (he m on la boat, - um rwHriakoul awl bad In Ihmi IiIhi bnIhIiip hint Thn niim.nt laawiofljla ' eru waa lakan lulu mattidy and put in jll hrra In await Die aiitlon nf Hip KirfiMl ry. That la n iUpatfeH n Imii lure tltr MCrn will bo trlml fur hp atartlpr wlialkPr In MlaaoHrl or Hmint-k- t aa II to ihH known hi. ii di.it nr Dm rlvw thoy mi ' oh Ibp Mlaaourl nr imi thn K. minky bWp ' .it.'init war Hindi lo tln Ihniwn iitrrluMrd. lull Imi trait PoHbmnwih IIhm ) 'hii to lid ar - iitr nrr it arrad Your state, county and school tax Victoria and Nell Uondu-ran- t Is now duo and payable. Qoalder left Tuesday for Nashville for a Johnson, Sheriff. short slay. Johu Henry Yales spent Monday Why not ubo Iuatlta coal' for cook' afternoon with W P.Montgomery and Ing. A. A. Karls lias tlio real article Vr S. W. Luten. at Hie right price. We proas your suit for COc, ladles The Hickman Harness Co. moved plaited or plain skirts EOc. Cleaning He Ih nlno clearing up six aores of Into their new quarters In thn new and pressing at reasonable prices. CAN TURN THEMSELVES OUT Hlio How limit did It tnkii jini to ground to be used an n park W A DoddH building Mondn White Bros., phone 19G. learn how to nmkc lovoT Hcv-V'1I I PiilTirHl iiltiiiint corv Automatic Door Invented for Relaaa. Injj Flock Where Poultrymen For- tnntly for fln yinr Q(U It on Warm Day. MIkhcs 11 ea-ko- ii HOTEL Steve Croitley Building White Ih uiIiik a Nleuiiort monoplane Hotel at Phllllppy. and Arthur Stone or the Queen Cone pauy fbliiK a copy or Hie Ulurlol roHH clianel mnclilne iihhiI by tliu aU) Steve Cross ley was In Hickman John li Molwint Courier rwulorn will Monday uuroule to SL to buy Ih alien the exavt date and final furniture for tho now hotel ho In In due lime building on Keolfool I.aku. Tlie hotel Is a twelve room build-tiiMm J H. Drown, MIm Annie I'c and la on Illack Slough, about Ilriiwu, Mra W. J. Harry and chlldruii 1 I t mlli.H from l'hllllppy on U. M. and lb Walker Mra Alex ll.irnua & (. Ily. Mr. CrosHley will cantor .mil children. Mm. i K. Heevim and to Kportinen at all neasoiii of tlio year lull., mm, ItiiHaell Jolinnoii, Dr. Hub and he tellH us that he has built a bard and family, MIhkch Nell and good boat landing and will furnish Ittidle lloiidunint attended the fair IhihIb and deioys In tho hunting in Onion Clt) lant wk and boatH and bait in the fishing 1 uk ICitrl I.. OvIiikIoii would tmo hip lllerlot In iiruferi-ncto ti Ih Cortina on hiicIi a Ioiik Jaunt. Then, too. NEW LAKE Mian Maywo Naylor left Tuesday at the Lyric. for a few days visit la St. Louis. I'anU to fit everybody at EOc up Saturday nlxut at Sullivan liros. Atty. Sam Elliot was hero from ton Monday and Tuesday. Ful- Mrs. 111. Amber g Is visiting daughter, Mrs. Guy Robblns, In ber May-field. Judge W. A. Naylor aud wife left You will eave money by paying Tuesday for Louisville to attend the your stato county and school taxes state fair. now. i ' br htbr ll drawing will Tho oecompunjIUK need but little uxplnnntlon to acUro poultrymen. It Ii necxl and wltli 1'iillon lean to nay "tho early bird catches tho orm." Wo all know that when tho (Ipo . JonNi and wlfn, or l'nlton. row In hm con flood any considerable apPHl thp rimt nr the week mIIIi lliflr lnnatli of tlmo boyond U10 time of danghlrr. Mra. Ctirl Srhmhll rrKulnr roleaalnic they becomo much worried, which unflla thuin for best O lprtwk rptnrnpl I'rlday fnini rvMulta, wrltoa J. W. Griffin In U10 MpMgtewood wliprr hi- - hn Ihh-i- i look A frlKhteuod or Funner IUlew. Ilia afl'T iMHn- roiiMlrurtinn work rnr worried hen roon losea Interext In I l he Itox Co KK production and It requlrue titno and groat coru to got Ilpury Trnvto and wife 8uhicrlb for the Oourtr. n'iil Sun-dn- r Think About It VBfeBBaBfiBH9HBallBIBiBlBlBVB8iBwPVHHBBaBBBBBBHBBBB ' 1 Working Automatlo Door. her In propor shapo ojpiln. Now for fear that you forgot to turn the flock from tholr rooMlng quarters soma autowarm day, make ono of matlo roleoao doors. This arrangement la attached to tho louutdo ot tho building ordinarily where the sinall drop door la located. Tills release door should bo covered, raoah wlro netting. with half-IncThis will show the hens tho light, and, thoy will bo induced to reach IU In, so doing thoy will walk over the falmi bottom, tho one to which the trigger wlro Ih attached and hor weight will nvlso tho hook that keeps tho door In place, tho door will swing open audi all tho flock will bo released. tho A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have h THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS RANGES COOKS If its in the stove line we have it. is Smart to the Limit, not the ordinary kind but better. Sullivan Uros. Uio house of gains. bar- i $4.50 to Belter in workmanship, better in material, better in style and price. All leathers. Goodyear welts are the kind of carry. Look ns up. Shoes the fit and style they all talk about. Shoes to fit the feet and the pocket book Tlio Kentucky CIuIi'h now homo Hearing completion. li 25.00 8.00 to to $25.00 50.00 35.00 $3.00 sltx3l XJr shoes we J W Ward and sou, Krsn, went to Union City Monday, Ttimlp seed In bulk for fall sowing Just received. UoUoraworth & IVnthor. MIhh Krnnklo I'envler has returned to Memphis whoro slio Is taking a business course. We carry five different makes, including the famous Charter Oak and Boss lines. We know we can save you money, and your credit is good at AT Rice's Shoe Store .ti- - St Louis Furnishing Co INCOIIPOIIATKD Cuilln left Sunday night for St I aui In to purchase now fall and Winter goods for the "House or II. 13. DOTH 04, w i . ii .i,.'i JTiif. . .1 hit 'nr - WETS WIN IN MAINE. Prohibition Leaders Almost Concede Defeat. CIRCUS COMING Sun Brros. Hickman, September Will Do In 18th. CANAL GETS BIGGEST GUN. Monster Will Fire 2000 Pound Shot Twenty Miles. Wo are authorized to announco Virginia Lutcn II B 1 Mndf in Syracuse fCl. Prejudice is Bar to Progress If you could buy a II ready-to-wear Tho blggewt day of ninusement this Sept. 12. Malno, year In Hickman will take placo on which for four )cars more than halt Monday Sept. 18. This will bo tho a century has been tho stronghold of prohibition, voted to occasion of tho visit of tho famous decide whether Its . constitutional Sun Brothoro' World's Progrosalvo edict, mado hi 1884, prohibiting tho Shows. This popular tented exhibimanufacture and salo of Intoxicating tion la now on lta twontloUi annual liquors, shall bo repealed. the asacrUou Is mode by tho From 10 of the lfi counties of tho tour aud Suu luanuKonient that tho bIiow Is stato camo returns on early voting, Indicating the will richer and newer In all departments, bo counted .victorious nfter ono of tho liioh sucocHilliig seaton n nuw com-pan- y bitterest political fights In Mnlno's of nrllsta are engaged for tho hlftory Uli: Too performance. This season From tho early vote and from Tlr- ,)ri,Uoua offorla nro eclipsed. In tual admissions by even Prohibition - i f.u.t outahlno U,om nil. Tho Zoo- 1st leaders aud newspapers tho repeal logic and Wild Boost dlslny laumam- by amendment of the prohibitory counties wns predicted as follows: moth one nnd seros to Introduce tho Penobscot, Waldo, Kenebee, Andro-r.coggl- grentiU nnd nuvit iielecl collection Sagadahoc, Knox, York, won hero In a docado. Cumberland, Franklin nnd Hancock. The show owns Its own special In tho early hours the cars, train of magnificent tUxty-fo"silent vote" failed to materialize, Including stable cars, flats, baggage on both sides, howovor, headers pay much depends on this "silent mill animal cars and Pullman bleeping roaches, all of Uieso being elevote." Ry tho Bunio indications, tho Pro- gantly furnished. hibitionists expected to carry tho folOver ono hundred men, w onion and lowing counties: Washington Aroos- chlldrxi performers tako part In thu took, Piscataquis, Somerset and Ox- hIiow. Tho iqieclal, or big dlspluy, ford. iicuj nro given by lllimtrlous European Three Questions Voted On. Three questions arc being decided nnd American huodllnora. Tho wild lusut section hi a noteworthy feature by Malno: Shall constitution bo amended to aud Is educaUvo and unusually attract twenty-sixtabrogate and annul he, wltti many odd subject, never beamendment, prohibiting manufacture fore exhibited in Amrica. and sale of Intoxicating liquors? From many exchangs at tiand, aud Shall constitution bo amended to "Augusta Is hereby de- other roiiorts, Uio show hi a good one, provide that clared to bo scat of government of In foot ono ot tho best traveling today in America. Tho officials and tho Stater goers generally welcome Shall all nominations of candidates III for state and county offices. Includ- thi Sun Brothers Show with oihjii ing United States senator, congress- nnim, because of Its great oloaulliioas man and members of etato legisla- nnd freedom from gamblers, grafters ture hereafter bo mado at and by pri- cvnd Immoral issues. Two performmary elections? ances will bo offered, afternoon and night at tho railroad "Y" In West CROPS HIGHEST LAST YEAR 1 lie luu on. rortland. Mo., rock-ribbe- for Superintendent of Schools of Fulton County, subject to Washington, SepL 12. Brig. Oen. William Crosier, chief of ordnance, thu notion of tho Democratic parly hns under consideration plans for tho Election Nov. 7, 1911. construction of a cnrrlngo for tho groat 10 Inch gun which will bo mndn the koystono of tho Panama fortificaCommissioner's Sale, tions. Thin gun welglm 130 tons Consequently Its carriages will bo ono of tho Inrgest pieces of work over lullou Clicult Couit, KenliicL) undertaken by the ordnnnco departJ W Hoik ), (liiardinii. plumiilf , army. ment of tho a candidate much-moote- It will bo constructed on larger lines than nny gun carriage over constructed, and It 1b probable a year nnd a half to two years will bo to complete It It Is designed to have n range of ten miles nnd ordnance experts estimate that tho gun will throw n projeetllo twenty miles, but ns It will bo Impossible, with tho most powerful glasses, to see this distance, it will not bo necessary to provide for such a range. Even If it wero itosMhln to son twenty miles It would bo Impossible to control tho flro ot tho gun nt any such range. The gun mny have n power loader " with some now appliances for tho projectiles It will carry. TIumo will weigh about 2.400 (Miunds each, nnd It will cost the government nlmut $1,000 every time tho big gun Is fired. ed Ivqu .loin h, By vlrtuu of u Judgment and Older ot Salo ot Fulton Clrcm Court, r n dured al tho May lurin thereof, lull, In Uio above cause for thu the sum of with lutoreht at tho rate of KituiHl Kallili'f'-mlaii- t. per e'iii. ht milium from tin l'JI uulll paid, and iot li of to offer for urn. In, I shall protK-wourt lloubu door lu Hickman, Ry , lo the hh0ict bidder at WJlll.lO At I TION. on the Istli ilii) of Sopt Im at lu o'clock, a in. or iIkti.iIn. IbeliiK t'lreiilt Court da) i iikm, , oredll of tJx mouths the follow lug u uibd property, t. Iit No. 1 tmsstlllillig at the imn , west onwr of lot No 1, tin ii i to-wl- MHlth 4W d(fiiue, SUSPECT CHILD'S FATHER h suit or overcoat ,- III Department III (II II Tract No. 2. Forty acres two miles from Hickman on C. M. &. G. Ry. Nuw house, stable, etc. Abou thirty acres In cultivation, balance In timber. Will tako $3000 for this tract. Tract No. 3. Farm of 1C0 acre, 2 miles below Hickman, nil in cultivation, several good bouses and resiCommissioner's Sale. dences, stables, etc. Rented out for London, SepL 12 Tho govornmant a term of four years with good ten- is watching with Interest tho export-menli- , INCORPORATED Urcuu Coutt. Rvuiucky with tho aerophone invented ant. $C5 per acre. Hniu McCumimfII el al. planilld, a No. 4. About 76 acres, two by Matthews, an electrician ot naTract tional repute. It Is hold that tho voice galHM Fal MeConHll, k al, dif. C. S. MELLEN TO RETIRE good tenant houses, Btables, etc. Alt may bo transmitted for a long dlv aul l&ulty 2V4 miles from Hickman In cultivation, tanco not only through the air, but By vlrtuu of u Judiunerit and ()nlr REAL ESTATE erty Co., lots Mongol View, $110. Will Leave Presidency of New York, U mllo from Owen Slough Switch. through or over mountains and ollmr of salu of Fulton Circuit Court, tmidir Deeds Recorded with County It. B. MItchuin to J. B. McDowell, per aero. $90 ObstHClea. New Haven and Harted al Umi May term Uiuruof, lUil Clerk During Past Week. half Interest in Fulton lots, $1800 Tho Invention 1b a wireless conford Railway. Tract No. 7. Farm of ISO acre in tin above uauwe fur a divwiou prowhlnh is portable. It Mud Creek and Cayce, all In trivance, I Now Haven Conn., Sept. 12. Offi- cultivation. Cood barns, houses otc. duces vibrations of such frequoncy funds, iall ptoitMl lo ofl. r for 4 Mrs. A. L. Martin ot al to Callahan Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand t that they are practically continuous ut tho Court House door lu Hickman, cial announcement is made that Compbell Implement Co.. lot In Ful- at mill. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. Price mado on application. It is said thnt conversations havo Kentucky, to the hlgheal bidder at C S. Mellon of tho New York, ton, 13,000. bona carrltd on clearly, at a dtstnuco PUBLIC AUCTION, on Hi.. IS1I1 d.i Now Haven & Hartford railroad, is Mississippi Land For Sale. S. L. Dodds to O. W. Phcliu, 3C7 of flvo and one-hal- f miles. presidency ot Hint of pi., at Tu (ISj a 11. Mill Shaw, who hns boon qulto III to retlro from tho acres bottom land, 133030.71. Matthews will next try to talk 25 or thervbouubelHK Circuit court dayi company, but tho date has not yet Tract No. 8, 2568 acres between with typhoid fevor, Is reported Lcn S. Shaw to M. 1). Shaw, Inbeen fixed. Slate Farm and Koundnwny Planta- miles uoii a credit or six and vlghu terest In lota In Old Hickman, II and tion, U nillo from Madison branch on Muutlui, thu fulluwliig dascrlbid pro, Editor Slays Rival Editor. Leaves Dressmakeri $22,000. other consideration. & M. V. Ry 16 mile from Clark rty: Ixiuls Kllpatrick, wife and baby, of Havana, SepL 12. Ernesto Men-doznioomlngton. III., SepL 12. In tho Y. Mrs Annie M. Brown to M. B. Momphls, aro lu Fulton County, Ky., toult. On tho guusta of Mrs. editor of El Combat, nuido good A. Hull, bachelor lawyer dalo, Miss. About 100 acres In cultiwill of C Shaw, lot Old Hickman, $G50. fourth lulereni In the south hail pnrontB, L. P. Ellison and of Oklahoma City. Okla, Miss Leo- vation, bain n co In woods. Tho caw tho name of his paper by killing N. J. Coram to Julian Choato, family. , Mernnndcz, editor ot tho Gullies th north wmit quarter of U1011 nora ijino, dressmaker, of Blooming-ten- , logs have boon cut from it but tho of lots in Henry Addition for a distant cousin, wns bequeathed timber standing con bo worked into do Rumbox. Both papora nro pub- T I. It i. West, said llibnsl lo L. Victor Murdock, of Kansas, tho pio- $22.i)0Q upper bottom land. Both wero residents ot cross ties, staves, etc. A now manag- lished weekly at Oulnes, forty mllos v nuw mini OH BCIOM tile Mllll 14II.I Henry Sanger to E.' E. Reeves, lota neer progressive Republican of tho Loulsvlllo. er's cottage witli 7 or 8 good tenant from Havana. Tho men met In a Ut seelluu. Men-dozHouse, tolls tho Tribune's Washing-to- n Mengel View, $110. Also all of tli douses, stables, etc., artesian well street and Fernnudcz attacked wrt or tin ou with a cane. Tho latter shot Fen vam quarter correspondent very frankly that Annlo M. Brown to A. HnUer, lot flowing 75 gallons per minute. Will of station 3u, T I, It 4 nandez The trouble uroso over u in his Judgment President Taft can Henry Addition, $125. WMt, dimerllHMl as follows, Io.iihi tako $60,000 for this piece ot proper- newspaper controversy. not bo if Woodrow Wilson o thu uaut boundary luu- of a ty. Nono finer in tho Delta. This Is A Hatlcr to Mrs. J. S. Shaw, lot it, nominated by tho Democrat. Ho quarter heotuin at a stake and m a good chance for n few Fulton counHenry Addition, $C00. Commodore Perry Honored. classes even Iowa, where ho has deClovol.-ind-, O., Sept. 12. Thousands uliiK north with thu said line 210 U, ty boys to Join In and divide tip this Chas. Werner to Jno. McCIanahan, livered Chautauqua addresses, ns de of mllltluineu, veterans of tho Civil thencu went 2iS fet, thuiicu sou . property. C acres land, ?300. batable ground in n contest between Tract No. 9. 728 acrcti three miles war and all tho mall carriers partici- 3IU fuut, thence oust Xih fuel to th I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. K, E. Hooves to Tonnesseo Prop Taft and Wilson. from Heathman on Southern Ry., nnd pated In tho parade and memorial In beglunliig. ot Also nil of lot No. 21 lu the town threo miles from Iceland branch of lienor tho Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, ocenslou being tho ninety-eightof Jordan, Ky.t and described as l.i J. M. Linn salo Tuesday, Sopt 19. Y. & M. V. Ry., 1 miles from nnuUersary of thu battlo of lot on which there lu a blink um.i i river. About 150 acres In cul Lake Erie. All tho latest magazines at Fotho tivation, If you dont know about shop. and about 450 acres Uiat haB & French's. Or sufficient thereof to produce thu been deadened 4 or 5 years. Six or us having the best shop sums of money so ordered to bo W. A. Johnston wont to Browns- eoven good tenant houses, Btables, come and see. When ville Saturday night on a short visit. otc. Will take $15,000 for this, on Cold weather is coming made. For tho purchase price, Uio purchaser, wltli approved uocuclty or terms stated on above land. you are sick you want if you want the best and 1). P. lA'Ibovltz left Monday night securities, must oxecuto Bond, bear Tract No. 10. Forty acres 2 mllos the best doctor, when for St. results get your stock and 1Oiilavlllu to buy north of Heathman. Will tako $10 par ln legal interest from tho day of your horse needs shoes goods. shod and their feet will oalo until paid and having Uio fort.0 aero for this. I DIDN'T. nnd 'effect of a Judgment. Bidders Will sell any ot above land at 10 why not get the best 1. Knghan is in Chicago this week grow out and keep the will bo prepared to comply promptly per cent caBh, btlanco ono to flvo, buying a stock of Jowolory and optiman to put them on. cold mud from making Clifford Sullivan, of Mnyfldd, was with these torms. ono to ton, ono to twenty, ono to cal goods. forty ycare If so desired by purchas- liuru Saturday on buslimss. sore and tender feet. J. R. MILNER, It Costs No More Try our washed cooking coal. Uni er, C per cent payablo annually. MasUu- - Commissioner John Fotho left .Sunday night for form size lumps; no dust and dirt. Also forty good brood ma vb, bred IiiIhvII1o on a fow days visit. A. A. Farts. to $1800 Jack that wo will sell at a See Our Agent A. E. Dellow ruturued to Iulsvllle Lnwronco and Robert Weaver, of bargain. Also soveral good registerSunday night aftur n two week's vis-I- t McNeary, Tenn., nro visiting thuJrun-lo- , ed red polled bull calves, and several with homo folks and other rcglatortxl Bcrkshiro boor pigs. V Cartwright, near town. J. for high grade 8. L. DODDS. A man at Gary, Iud., wns arrested When you have a piece Misses Virginia nnd Inez J.uten If you are looking for because his cow carrying a boll, kept d&j'fehavo returned from a visit to tliolr Lyric Saturday Night of work that no one else his neighbor awake. In order to brother, Dr. Jno Luton and family, prove the cow a nuisaiico, tho plainROBERT COLLIER can do bring it to R. L. Hickman Furnlturo Co., headquar- nt CariitlierHville, Mo. tiff demanded that tho cow bo ters for anything In furniture. Gray's shop and you bell and nil, to bo prosent at the old reliable blackPhono 185 and for a trial order of GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Chcstur Bomliiraiit wns in Charles- our dus'lcss cooking coal. No slack; the trial. will find a man, smith, come to the te ton on business tho latter part of last no big lumps. Prepared especlnlly for Lowest prices and prompt W. J. Cartwright asks to announco shop and you week. kitchen ubo. A. A. Faria. delivery. Absolutely L. A. WOLVERTON that a revival meeting will begin at will see the best shoes tho Spring Valley church, between uniform. Capt. (Jarnetl Ripley, who has been Your winter clothing. Now la tho and nails that have ever horo nnd Cnycc, next Sunday, Supt. In charge of thu log business of tho best tlmo to havo thorn cleaned nnd or iNashviiie, tnai can fv 17 Rev. Crocker, of Clinton, will Mengel Box Company, left Monday preened nnd repaired. We will do been kept in Hickman. doit for you. conduct tho services. Everybody cor- - for Cralgs landing wliero lie will look your work right. White Bros., phono INDIAN REFINING CO. after tho bookkeeping. uiany invuou 10 uucuu. 135. EVANSVIL.E high-price- that would feel rirhr. fit rich nnd Icrpn- Jq srmr-, 0 would you do it? Would you be willing to save money on clothes without sacrificing a single thing which the d tailor has been giving you ? Will you drop in and see what we mean ? of Agriculture Figures enow Krooucis ai ureaieai Level Few Show Lower Prices. -- Bargains in Farm Land. J Baltzer&DoddsD.G.Co. Washington, Sept 12. Comparison of prices paid to farmers In tho Unltedw States for farm products, as unounccd by tho department of ngrl culture, shows that on September 1 potatoes averaged 60.0 pur cent higher than on September 1 last year, barley 34. C per cent higher, hay 23.1 per cent higher, oats, 6.2 per cent higher, ryo 3.8 per cent higher, buckwheat 1,9 per cent higher, com 0.0 per cent lower, chickens, 6 7 per cent lower, eggs 10.3 per cent lOwer, wheat 11.6 per cent lower, and cotton 18.1 per cent lower. Other vegetables were proportionately higher. Kentucky Land For Sale. Police Will Recall Parent of Slain ttlIICV SOUltt SIVi lllirttiJi IkUt Hi Annie Lemberner for quarter ielHiu litis 7 IhjIi-- to 1. Requestlonlng. mjuUi hsi cormir of lot No. I, tii Korth 1 duttriM Most Mllh thu luu. Madison, Wis, SepL 12. Mystery Mtld lot IM pol lo thu bvKUimi. deepened In tho kidnaping nnd muruMitalnliix 4 aarvs uud btjing u p.i old Annlo Lombergur, der of whoso body was found by the jxillca ot ill uortli ut quarti-- r of kxh No alow to tho slayer has been found S, T. 1. R i Vt, of tho division nnd tho feeling In tho foreign section wild quarter, as appwam of record of Uin city has been aroused to a order book No la, & t. rotU high pitch. iIm Clark ut r'uliuu CticuU Court The police Bald that should anyone Or sudlcietit thereof to produce LL bo arrested they fear a mob would urns of money so ordered to bo tuado tx formed and a lynching started beFor tho purchaae price, the purvha-e- r fore tho prisoner could be tried with approved security or aocurlties Ono ot tho sunrises wns tho announcement that the father ot tbo tuuitt axueuto Bond, bearing lit: a I in child is to bo recalled boforo tho lervst from the day of sale until paid iHiltcu Inquisition and closely ques- and having thu force and otfect of a tioned regarding a discrepancy In his Jui,imont. Bidders lll be prepand utntements. Tho autopsy showed the to couiiJy promptly with thi-itterms child had not been mistreated nnd J. IL MILNER, Couir the theory Is thnt tho murder was Who la your d(bc doctor 7 Nj committed by a dvgarforate. tetter place than While Bros Sc know our busliuiui, do our work vw CAN TALK OVER MOUNTAIN uud guarantee aatlsfaaUMi. What ti.ur do you wanL Englishman's Wireless Telephone Is Watched With Interest by Government. s , 1 u lo a s4akt, llisneo xxitlioant lu a stnliv oh thu kouiu lino Hit 141. xtH!rH HlcLory tiorlli 17 I .k IIUkor N4rlh itf uimI IN link, t iiHUood aat of imth ilV i'l.i . tt bVk -' i. lr (1 - Pro-iden- oikk Itu-dolf- o 1 ST - h Sun-flow- LOOKOUT J J f89fcvfc The Best J In Town rulu-tlvo- Saad Salamy - sub-poene- Mao& H Aii up-to-da- OIvoUh Trial - '" - -- f W-t- Sf A J&l nhiin aiaarmaaassa &unpnisc WEDDINQ - "----- TniUMifiaiBiaiifrimiriii Hickman Couple Wed Whllo Attending Union City Tair. (front Stingor mill Mia Maude K cualck, both of till city. took llxlr irteda by irtirte Thursday nftcr-iioowlwii they were tiHtetty united m UhIoh marrtnit ly ISan in tiiy. rtturutim hoirw tin- - snwv even-.- Practical Fashions MI03E8' COAT. h h't, UNCLE SAM Bli Mf ' The brW Mrs. to n daughter of Mr tout Al l.aH tlB'" J. P. CliMlrk. of tltta city, and lorn rbarmlM )mii bly Sue md waral Iwre ami lm a host of Mr J 'J iH aaH Ti T r saaH bbH bbbbbbb7 "V bbbbbbI j- - 1 aV B LbbH BBBak W. saal bbbbbb! LbbbbI'I bbbbbbI 'bbb-- " HT rrtswds. on mwl lilchly reawclcd of Ik UU llu Im a pro ramlltM In til umti) pvromi ymHg fnrHiir.pawlii HHltUMI. Mild it fine fellow Hti'lilBC The lMivr pair will iimkn their r Immii( lllrkmau. M tle farm, Mr RatwH Iiih Juki finished m-c- ftuwr Is n wih or J Bunger, CMPFf&nnr jBWIV WsBBBWvaP'Sv msssm V LaLjs&zvL OHOE T0C JL 4sl", l i.uiWIiiii it iwt'tiy IIiiIk Iiiiiik. jotn Utlr mull)friuhiM In wish kk 'hOi n king mid Nappy ltf- A Tills very smart llttlo Jacket l mado with panel effect In front and back, tho fitting being accomplished by Krnnrh darts and seams. A smart shawl collar finishes tho low cut nock nml a blah watstcd effect Is obtained by tho plarlnx of trimming, but thnro Is no soarn benontb It Bntln, sorgo, cheviot, linen or pongee can bo Jisod for this oonL Tho pattern (6522) U cut In alios 14, 16 nnd 18 yonrs. Medium site requires 1T4 ynrds of 60 Inrh mnterla). send 10 cents of thl. parwr. tits nm iul.!rw nlitlnlr, and b sura to civs alia and nuralwr of psttorn. NO. 5622 IWbbUI Contract for supplying United States Regular Army Marching Shoe Co., St. Louis, the Shoes awarded to Friedman-Shelb- y Original "All Leather" Shoemakers, in competition with all shoe manufacturers of America. Uncle Sam insists on having shoes. You cannot fool him with OF HISTORY A CURIOUS HITS CHEAT "All Leather' insoles buys, If you want to be sure that you get "All Leather" Shoes, like the U. look for the "All S. Government trade-mar- He will accept no substitutes for leather. leather-boar- d Leather" k C0R8ICAN RIOT. PAT- or paper counters, or wooden heels. whenever you buy a pair of shoes for men, women or children. You will find it on the bottom of the shoe, on the Tai trait-mir- Dy A. W. MACV. Napoleon was not the only great man bern en the Island at Corsica. Pasquale de one of the great patriot of hit tery. was a Corsloan For more than two and a half centuries Corsica had been under the control of the Genoee. In V, under the leadership of Paoll, arte threw n the Cenoan yoke. For ourteen years thereafter Paoll .idmlnlsttred the Affair of the Idand, and did It wliMy and well. He brought about many reforms, and encouragd commerce and the art, in 1709, having "purchased" the Island from the Genoese, France landed an army of 22,000 soldiers. Paoll with a few thousand Cor- leans met them boldly, but was hadly defeated. With his little army reduced to 637 rr ii and surrounded by 4,000 French, he cut hi way out and eseaped to England. The French conquered the Itland, but at a coit pf more than 10,000 men, nearly half of whom were killed. Paoll tmalned In England twenty years. At the outbreak of the French I volution he retJrned to Corsica and became military governor. He soon broke with the French, however, and returned to England, where he Eighty years died In 1607. afterward his ashes were removed to Corsica and tombed with great honors, Lmartlne, the eminent French writer, said: "Corsica remains still In the place of a mere province, but Paoll assumes hi place among the ranks of great men." P". T?...K'ur Jhu rtlern lR' l,rn fpartmont." nnj I II 41 good leather in every part of the shoe, and he got the "Original AH Leather He insists on in- Sho cma kers" all IltlkrlkM Ct tat Orltiaal "llllitkirSkwaiUeri." f tb FrMnua side top facing or on the box in which to make the best shoe of the shoes arc sold. This is your insurance that the shoes are made of good, honest leather all through. The U. S. Regular Army Marching Shoe." BtSD j. NAMB TOWN BTrtEET AND NO. HT ATMS , . This is the Shoe that Uncle Sam Bought mm mmmmWmmm It is now on sale in our Store PRICE $4.00 A PAIR The U. S. Regular Army Marching husband at a streot corner, but hn kept her watting such a long tlmn rery day that she tried giving him a rmdrivous In n big dry goods atom, and now It Is astonishing how punctual ho Is. 1'elo Molo. A Prodigal. Tho money young Mllyun'a father left blm won't last long. Hlobbs Why, Is ho such a spendor? Why, do you Hlobbs Spender? know whut tbat follow Is doing! He's actually paying hla Incotno tax. Mm. Made Him Punctual. Durnnd used to wait for her bbbbVJI mTTafat Hlobbn MY A Shoe is the best shoe that can be made for men wanting good appearance, solid com fort and an unlimited amount of hard wear. It is made by the Original "All Leather" Shoemakers of dark tan Norwegian veal, on a roomy last, Dluchcr cut, Bellows tongue, Goodyear welt, with a heavy .single sole of old fashioned bark tanned leather and with solid leather insole, heel and counter. It is the most comfortable and best looking shoe for hard wear ever made. It will stand up under the hardi-service that you can give it. I'ncle Sam is critical. He buys in the best markets. He can bring to his instant service the best shoe manufacturers of all the world. He got the Friedman-Shelb- y Shoe Co., the original "All Leather" Shoe makers, to makv for him the best shoe which he buys the U.S. Regular Army Marching Shoe. Buy it and try it. It is good enough for Uncle Sam, and you will say it is good enough for you. MsLsMlsHsHflsllPsis V Mjvmr KS Mil ' Among the Old Master. Conolssour Ah, tboro's no doubt they mixed tholr colon with brains In thoeo days! Ilia IAdy Oh, how dreadful I Dut It was a frightfully cruol period, wasn't It 7 London Opinion. Win n )hi hnve nil nchey, Mtrelohy f hug ami you are dull, tlrvd mid din rtmrajt'd It Jti n Mlgn of approaching itialaiin or olillls. You should not Fuqua, Helm LEGS CRUSHCD & Co. Courier Want Column II.VTK8 .1. r (Copyright, till, br Jopl. -- i. BowImJ ipilikl) to GENUINE IMPORTED off an nttnek. IIHU- IIINK of fern you Ilia help you i.utul. It destroy tlie nialnrlnl norm, driven mi all linpurlUea nml uinkofs you fcol lgnroHM and oliaerful. I'rlco liiiKlu. r.m ttokl by Hickman Drug Co. Glass Embracing all the new patterns ant an extensive line of the prettiest pieces you ever saw At Great Redactions Don't buy Cut Glass until you have seen my line and prices. It has Ixxtii siisgestetl thill the .hurt Htrect or iur batwoeu Uie lll kins ii Priig sUtre and Italtrer K. lHlda dry goHla aluru Ife covervd, and um-- m nil aromlo or piibltr Tlie nxif plHM for nutoiuolflle could extend from one tiulMliiK t ihu otlii-r- . "I th low etve on north anil south. A more ldnl place could not Ik- - had for micli n purposo. slnoe It Is used iirlnclpnlly for that purpose now The auto owners of tho city could 'chip In" and build this covering for lens than $20 each. Of course, thlM would not In nny way Interfere ullh traffic through tho nlnco or with nldewnlks. Thin suggeHtlon seem to us a good one. Nobody toiild bo hurt by It minmiiiiiimtlou. and wicli a thing Is neuded badly enough (oi-plug OFF A. Hatler sold his residence In HenMrs. J. It Ilrooks nnd dnughter arNeoro Falls Under C. M. & G. rived In Illckiimn, Friday, and will ry Addition Thursday to Mrs. J. S. Passenger Train at Phllllpy. Shaw, of Obion County. Shorlff Johnson garnishees! the wngus of I'.- '- Mongol Itox Co. make this tholr future home. Whllo stealliiK n ride on the rods Friday for tho payment of Circuit court convenes hero next passnuxer conch of tlie underneath n tnxus. Monday. C M. ft 0. train dim nt Hickman nt 8:30 Thursday night, a negro boy about IS )eur old fell and the wheols passed ner both Iorb, crusliliiR theiii to u pulp. lie fell under the wheels Just as tlie train pulled Into Phillip). Ills cries ntlrneted peopl" Teun. standing around the depot, nud h whm picked up, put In tlie ImKKim car nud brought to Illckiimn. DrK. Ctirlln & Curllii found it m oiwmry to amputate both limbs- - on nlxive the knee nud tho other Ju-- ' below the knee. I If h weokuess from lima of blood nml pain were so urcit that hu died a tdiort tltuo fitter l'iu Iiik tho operating table. I Ileforo ho died, ho told Conductor West that hln name wnH Monroe Wil-llfI nnd that IiIh home wiw Shandy. Teun., near Hollvar. The remnliiH were hurled l'rliluy Morning la the public burying Krouixl Tho neKro Is thought to have be.-tryhiK to Rot to lllekmnii. s..a I r a"" One Ctont per Word per Week Utub In Advance. s ...s." a. a. i. as I I I r mr Tls jr "r as s. "TT1 ...i. t. s 1 Si " FOR SALE: A few choice lots iu Itogera Addition. For particulars In-ai- re at this office n lady and N EW Two good salebpeople, Apply at lc Naifelt Bros. Store. WAITED: a gentleman. Jewelry Store wish to inform the citizens of Hickman, that have located in the W. F. Montgomery building and am prepared to do any kind of work in the (o Good tenant bouso FOR RENT: rent for right man and wife. Apply 2p to W. D. McGehee, Route 4. FOR SAU2: Three good bouses and lots, well locuied In West Hickman. Almost now. Will sell cheap and ou reasonable terms. F. M. Pro-vo- tic y at a genuine bargain: market refrigerator In good repair; too largo for our trade. For further information address ICImbro, Youreo & Co., Moscow, Ky. tfc FOR SALE Oue moat JEWELLERY and If your child Is palo nnd sickly, picks at the iioho, stnrls In the sloop and grinds tho tooth while cloopl"K It U n sure sign of worms. A remedy for these parasites will bo found hi It WIHTH'S CIIUAM VKILMiriHIK. not only clears out the worms, but rentoroH health and cltoorfiilnuss. 2fic per IxiUle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. tliu flash caused by cold, fractures of tho bone, tootliiicho, neuralgia or rheiiuintlxni can bo relieved by applying HAIj- - I J.AIUVS SNOW MNIMICNT. It should be well rubbed In oer tho part affet-od- . Its great healing and penetrating power eases tho pain, reduces swell-luand restores natural conditions. I'rlco 2r.c, COc nnd $1 per bottle. Sold by lllekmnii Drug Co. Swelling of OPTICAL LINE Shoot Mualc at FoUjo & French'. Tax Notice. Many New Handsome Silverware Patterns to show you. Not An Experiment hte ing 8CHICNKER The Jeweler Iktii pniten of r Trars They ime 1T are In tlMMifKiul of iiM-rtalo In lli 1'nlnni In the homis entbuiiaitla rarnvr. anil the mint ami wce at tin- - factory of the IrXImonlaN ar fi4 Mannrsrtnrlna Vo. at riileaeo crrry dr. Ii piaranlml to rolnce the CoWk Hot any lower ilrsft foil Mil a Ihlr.t orrr(luaranteeil to hold atoTe nra size, nf llie aami. morning. from Saluriliy tiliht until Monday Jay ana ! uniform heat to sire (Iinrnnlri-.or "snlte. nleht wllh nft oial. har.1 coal ilenionatrats t ua riiow '"i thece muea anil ) their martcloua points of lupcrlorUy. llnrdwnrc Co, incorporated. Hickman Otrr s mllll.'n of role's Orlelnl Hot ninit Tlifjr nrntlnc uil In America to.lr. nestsuperlur to all oilier 8Iti tifr Pay your State, County and School taxes now nd B.avo costs of colloc tlon. humlmH or Goalder Johnson. nae In eyrrr of callalltts Sheriff, Fulton Coun'.y Miss Nannie Luton, residing near Moscow, lost hor rosldonco by flro one day last week. Most of the contents were nlho destroyed. Sho carried $300 Insurance, and suffored a loss ot about $G0O. hope by close attention to business good and satisfactory work to merit your patronI age. I respectfully solicit the same. will have with me Dr. C. C. Brooks, graduate optician ot Martin, with a complete line of goods. My father has 20 years experience in the optical line. We are here to stay and respectfully solicit your trade. All goods sold guaranteed and engraved free of charge. Respectfully. FOR SALE: Seven houses and lota whole buuch for 13500; or places will All ot these be void separate. houses are occupied and paying good rent. This section of town Is coming fast, and East Hickman property Inquire will bo a good investment. at Courier office. FOluTY ACRE FARM: We havo a nice lUtlo 10 acre place that can be bought right if taken at once. Five miles from Hickman; 24 acres In cultivation; new house; bam and garden; mile to church and school house; on telephone line; has R. F. Delivery; public road frontage of mllo; 2 good locust groves, etc Apply at this office. 2 4 FOR SALE: Tho Mrs. Dolla Car- penter residence in tho Henry Addition. House is practically new, has four rooms, good garden fenced, cistern, four outbuildings, etc. Lot la GOxlEO. Unfortunately owner must boU. This can be bought at a bargain less than tho bouse cost. If you have $400 Idlo cash and are paying rent, you bad better investigate. da Particulars at Courier office Lyric Saturday Night -- lllt J. R. BROOKS, Jeweler, Dr. C. C. BROOKS, Optician J ;., ....i.. (. yHI I IHj I' ; No Trouble AAAAf J J 'i "V- 4 ' Ihc Courier's Weekly Sermon j : : ! y.j2 a . r ' . .a .i- - A . .1.. . m .1 "' Ky. Lump Goal PEX.X 00 : : : ; ; ; About Your "7 li T : II GOD'S KINGDOM : : i 1&W Plumbing M. T : : : : : : IS AT HAND Messiah's Reign Will, However, De Introduced by a Great Time of Trouble. 4.50 AS1 Let me save you money on your coal. Are You A Woman TAKE 0 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH ii J : ; 1 ft I? : ; if you have us attend to it. We don't start a job without knowing exactly what is needed, and we don't leave it until we have made a thorough Job of it. That doesn't mean we string out the work. We are as quick as we are skillful and people who have employed us can tell you what that means. Ask them. : : il l'eler : I. .:li : : : : : : : : : : : : Address to International Bible Students Convention. " ML Lake Park. 10th. Mil.. Sept. Hickman Tin. j & Plumbing Co. jjMMMlHMMHmMMMM'i A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Both Phones Wo. 73 ZHKihen ?ABIiVI:T UK Iuh of nature la thnt a ccr tain quantity of work la neces sary to produce a certain quantity of If you want Kood ot any kind whatever knowledge, you muat toll for It; if food, you must toll for It, and If pleasure, you Iluskln. must toll for It. and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. nioicuinii, i3y. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Mm 1 Apply a cotton cloth wet with BAI LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all wounds, cuts, burn, sores or hllstore, and note Its wonderful healing power It U prompt and very effective. Price Sold 2Gc, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. 4 by Illckuian Drug Co. Hob nd G. Gorroi, a French avlntor, broke tho world's record for altitude lu an neroplano by ascending, 13,943 feoU til Business St. PAUL'S m R - Directory CHURCH ASK FOR RATES- - EPISCOPAL Services: Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Office In LaClodo Building on cornor. Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD Dentist Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. Illckuian, Ky. HICKMAN Funeral FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmers. Phono 20 day or night. Illckuian, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Illght Next to Price House W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notlue. Quick Breads. If thoro Is ono thing the normal man dotes on It Is hot breads of all kinds, and It Is hard for him to realize that hot brood at every meal la not good for tho stomach. Cereal Dreads. Gems and breads made from cereals are very satisfying and nutritious. Thoy are not expensive and with or without fruit and nuts are good foods. Corn Dread. Tako a pint of sour milk, ono tablcspoonful ot melted lard, ono egg woll beaten, ono teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of soda and cornmeal enough to mako a drop bat-toPour Into a greased dripping pan and bake for half an hour. This samo mlxtnro may be usod In muffin pons. A mixture of equal ports of corn meal and flour la bettor liked by many. When using swoot milk uso two tcaspoonfuls of baking powder In placo of tho soda. Maryland Dlscult Btft half a of salt with a quart of flour, then cut into It two tablespoonfuls of butter. Make a stiff dough with a cup of Ico water; turn tho mixture out on tho molding board and beat with tho rolling pin for 20 minutes, turning frequently; cut into rounds and bako in a modorate oven. The pounding of the dough Incloses air In It and makes It light when expanded by the heaL Cream Scones. Mix and sift together two cups of flour and two tenapoon-ful- a of baking powder, two teaspoon-ful- s of sugar and half a teaspoonful of salL Rub Into tho mixture four n tablespoonfuls of butter; add two eggs and a third of a cup of cream. Toes on a floured board and s roll to of an Inch In thlcknoss. Cut In squares, brush with tho white of egg, sprlnklo with sugar and bako in a hot oven 16 minutes. Hominy Gems. Add a fourth cup of hominy to a half cup of boiling water and Btand until tho water Is nbsorbed. Add a cup of hot milk, a half teaspoonful of salt to a cup of cornmeal, threo tablespoonfuls of butter and three of sugar. Comblno mixtures, cool, add two eggs and tho two of baking powder sifted In. Dent well and bako in buttered gem pans. r. well-beatethree-fourth- speaker today before the Intcrnn lloiml Dlblc Stu dents Association Convention which has Ihvii In tension here for more than n neck, nml tins ,VS..r3MjBK issVyl. been tuldresxcd by ltyOIUK.MJJOtl.ll ninny able Itlble scholars. Pus tor Ittixoell took for till text, I mi In h II, 2. but Included lu hi- discourse the of the chapter that In the symbolic He dtthm-miiKiiuKe uf tliu Itlble. the Mountain of the Lord" House menus the Kins-tlotruled over by of the ami Ills House, the Church. The promise of the teL that some day Mi'wlnh will relitn over nil the kingdoms of onrth, the speaker liellevcs will soon K ronlliod. It Is for this Kingdom that God's people have for eurs Ixsjn praying. "Thy Kingdom nunc. Thy will lie done on earth, as It Is done lu heaven." None of the kingdoms of this world ire Messiah's kingdoms, declared PasNone of them bear the tor Kuwell. of Mesxlah's Kingdom, Outlined lu the Itlble. They aro tho kingdoms of this world, ruled by tho .rlner of this world, "who now vrnrk-.il- ) In the hearts of tho children of Nevertheless. Messlah'H lts.ilnsHenri'." .l'igdim will U Inaugurated; Satan's .:niiire or Mountain, drelvlng inan- .ikI through Ignorance nml superstition, will lc brought to nil end. Sntan l,l ts loiutid for n thousand yean. idle MfHStah's itlngdom. equally will dominate the world, chasing ami) Ignorance and superstition mil lining the whole world with Uie Know let'ire of the glory of tho Lord. Tho Kingdom Iwaelitlih. The speaker declared that the Dlblc every whet e shows that Messiah's Invisible Iviiihdoin will be represented imoiigst UMiiklml by princely chnrac-irof the Jewish nice, who will be iwui rotted to human (icrfcetlon for rU.. liiHteiid of Abraham, ibis ery Ik.iih nml Jn oli mid the Prophets being nny longer the Kntbers, thei will children he tin children the llml-lniuf Messluli lu the full crfectlou of huuinn iiimire The Church, the Hrlde f Uirli. is imt. dutlured the Pastor, rli'tunillj known nn children of Mosul ill In perfett accord Ls tho text. tJne Is your I'nther. even God," und jgslii. 'The (JimI und Father of our l.ord Jcsrs 'lulst who hath U'gotten ' ii Miss-sliin r- - the principal Pastor Itutvell wns Crawlmo Into the Rocks. on other features of the Impler. lVslor lltissell eallisl ntten ik.n to the fmt Hint the word declare In tlio i jiiilguirnt of the nation time of trouble wltJrh will then over ilimw SiHiety. fliidtirlal. xilltlcnl, ro , Inl and religious, the nations will Ik by war that thereafter i .hMStened lll bo ronvertitl Into Tlii'tr swxrd share mid their sHars Into prun t.ou lug hooks," nnd the Mudy of wnr will W nt an eniL Pastor Hussell surmised thnt this great time of trouble will result from nnnrchlsm. which ho tx lleves will Invade tho armies of the world nnd turn them ngnlnst the very lARDU The Woman's Tonic! p.t. t ft ft ft powers which orgunlml nnd nrnnsl tliem. All m ft ft were enutloncd to nvold, so finsyinHthy with spirit. In harmony with iu. Mwiple. 'Willi tJ.Hl'n Meswipe to III In other ,,- - utsm Mh. HHlth the I)nl" v.irds. do ih nttempt Sj fnn-- to rl.t. H..slblo. IwtiiiKnny e ft liitxl-rii- e enu the entire matter In PmplH-- i Imlclt. mild tin- - Pustiir . nils Mtteuthui to the Idohitry of we ilt'i silver and pdd nnd lmllcnten llm m nwsv u b lilotatry will entlrel m the gnsit time of troupe with whlci Vilnh's retail of rlpUtwHisnoHS will lnnuguratel-"I- Ii must reign until i under Ills Me linth put all oiieiMle feel '" In the shakings of the great sjple will ls niiM- - of trouble, mnny a Krplevlty. mid will rmwl Into th nve nud dtnts of the wirtlu nnd tin Psstor ltusHM i.f the nx-k-- imwnt rather iY iMilmitt mi The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Beat Meats in tic city, fresh nntl tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed. to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Hcin7's, 57 varieties. .iitisl I er4alloii rl. 1.V1" He In rerireted tb Wiis sad phvos and roek t.. slgnlf p1irtl and social fwII- ..snev InstiniHie him! ('oiiiUimh . lured thnt many aro nln-ad- ) In .nd nn libllnu thetHsofve. as descr1ln,s the n i thU PrlptHre. alllHiiigh torm has mit yet brnkmi. and wlb ml brsik tt In It severity for a fev et- - prutHibty intt ttofon1 I0l" ft' The Csd Will Do Glorious. txl It will Is- - wwi tlwt tin-- I !n tb Urine is'nnlsjitnti of the relgn of si' of Is mil denth In the enrtli. Ilit-ni- l lug ti bhit ii;mii DlUne rlmrm'ter and h ir Deliveries Prompf Telephone orders receive our personal attention. ilemoustratlun of Divine unwtsihin nud Incomiieteny. will reveal tlw r great tn Ills subjects, his chll dren, ns nothing e'se could hnvu done Tbe siHsiker cIm1 with an exhorts tlon that bis hearers rememlsT th words of Jesus. -- Wntrh ye. thnt nmy bo necoiinted worthy tn escniw all these things coming Usn the world nnd to stand before tho Bon of Mnn " Cn-nto- MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: y THE TIME TEST. Hickman People Cannot Demand Stronger Proof of Merit, Tho tret of time Is what tells tho tale. Tho public is Quick to discover misruprohonlntlons and merit aion will stand tho test ot time. Ixjuk ago miiny grateful piopla In this locality publicly endorsed Doan's KI1 ti- y Pills; thoy do u still. Would theso slntonionts bo confirmed if Doan's Kidney Pills did not possess Instil) The following testimony merit? should convlnco tho most skeptical Illukman reader. Mrs Ceorgo Combs, Cedar St., Ful ton, Ky., says: "For somo time I suffered from backacho ami weakness across my loins. Any over exertion aggravated my trouble and at tiinps I could hardly work. There wore oth er annoyances due to weak kidneys. A member of my family found wonderful bouefit from Doah's Kidney Pills and Induced me to try thorn. Ho procured a box for mo and I bogan their uso. In a fow days I noticed a change for tho hotter and after I bad finished tho contonts of tho box tho backacho and all other distressing symptoms of my trouble bad completely disappeared." (From snto-metin- t given in 1903.) A PERMANENT CURE On May 15, 1007, Mrs. Combs confirmed tho above statomont, saying. "I have neer had occasion to uso Doan's Kidney Pills slnco I gnvo a public statement, recommending them In May, 1903. I ailvlso anyone suf fering from kidney trouble or backacho to glvo Doan's Kidney Pills a HICKMAN MARBLE HnrMinr to II WORKS t- I INW. hTUll 1H TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. il lOinilHn. ilivcwiiil Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STUNK WORK OF ALL KlNIiS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky MY DAUGHTER WAS CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham'5 Vegetable Compound Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, IU M. IHI.KIt II. T. HAVIH Hr.J. M. IIIIIIIIAItH KENTUCKY f m Haltimnm. Md " I send you hero-with tho picture of my fifteen year old tiauKiiter Alice, no sn restored to health by Lydia E. WOODLAWN DAIRY IMnklmin's veife taA. H. Leet, Proprietor. ble Compound. Sho .s pale, with dark Tho only dairy In circles under her eyes, weak and irriFulton County. table. Two different doctors treated her and called it Green Sickness, but alio grow worse all tho time. Lydia II Pink. House and lot in West Hickman, ham's Vepotablo Compound was rec five rooms threo porches, city water ommended, and alter taking threo bottles she has regained her health, thanks In kitchen and sower. to your medicine. I can recommend it Dimension Stuff cut to order on for all femalo troubles." Mrs. L. A. A four room dwelling on samo lot, CoitKUAN, 1103 Ilutlaud Street, Jlalti. Short Notice. water lu yard. Now, just built 1910. more, Md. Hundreds of such letters from moth, trial." Mill located on Dresden Road Doth houses arc In first class condi- crs expressing their pratitudo for what For salo by all dealers. Prlco C0o CCxlOC feet. Lydia K. l'ikham's Vegetable Com. tion and stand on a Co., Iluffalo, N. Y, 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. $1200 Is tho prlco of lot places for pound hasnciomplishcd for them have Fostor-Mlllnirboth 1". l'inkliatn been received by tho sole agents for tho United Slates. If you are in need of anything quick sale, or may be sold separate. Mediuino Company, Lydia Mass. Lynn, IlememlKjr tho name Doan's and in this line, see For further Information apply to Yoimjr Girls, I Iced This Ath loo. take no other, Girls who nro troubled with painful W. E. Allen, Hickman, or L. J. Allen, Dr. J. M. HUBBARD or irregular periods, backache, head, sensations, faintKenton, Tenn. acho, draBginf'-dow4c ing spells or indigestion, should tako Granger coffee, at 25c, Our famous immediate action and bo restored to Is still the talk of tho town. Hotter Have you noticed how many fellows health by Lydia K. i'inkham's Vego-tnblCompound. Tlinusandshavobccii than lota of 36c coffees. Phone 38. aro predicting an early killing frost? restored to health by its uso. DotterswDrUi & Prattler. C. H. Moore Phone 4 Don't pay any attention to thorn, they Wrlto to jUi-n- . IMnkliani, Ljiir w y every summer. do tho samo Subscribe for U Oewfer. Miihs., for advice, f roc 7iuu-- y?utZ-- . HlltKITOIIH For Sale. J.J.d. IKINMHtANT Hllto. Il.TIIItHI.KHM) T. A. f.Klilfiltli IIKNin HAMIKIt We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS JJ O. Rough Lumber For Sale... IIONIIUIIANT. I'rKsliluni II. t ItAMAOK, Asut ' l'nlilr rri.t J A TlltlMI'NON. Ilulilrr ra ' j . i n LAUNDRY -- AT- I FRESH MEATSt Z O. XT. MOOTU3 lh(Hin 4 4 Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tnko lhal irccrlpton to Quick Holm & KIIIhoii. I'uro drtiRii, roaHounhlo prices. norvlc-- ' n o i GROCERIES BEST Tuesday afternoon 1 Best Work Lowest Prices Lot us flRiiro on thnt hill of li"' noynolds Moss ft Co., In cor porntod. Iwr. mJ m Dro- - hoM m -- iritArV-' - - V- - -- . U 16. - t HI